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Contact Stefanie Bourque, Director of Continuing Education
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: Wells, ME, USA
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The Department of Continuing Education is seeking several adjunct instructors for the College for Kids 2017 summer program. Each camp runs for one week from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, for the month of July and part of August. Age ranges for the camps are 7-9, 9-11, and 12-15. Instructors are needed for various subjects including:

New World Cuisines (culinary ages 12 -15)
The Maine Course (culinary ages 9-11)

Applicants should have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and prior teaching experience. A background check is required. These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a week-by-week basis. More information is available at https://my.yccc.edu/ICS/Continuing_Education/College_for_Kids.jnz.

Please send cover letter, resume and YCCC application to: Stefanie Bourque, Director of Continuing Education at sbourque@yccc.edu.


Postal Address:
Human Resources
York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, ME 04090
Fax: 207/641-0837
TDD: 1-800-457-1220
Email Address: employment@yccc.edu

Online App. Form: http://www.yccc.edu/about-yccc/college/employment/

York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information, please call 207/216-4435.
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