Adjunct Faculty Opportunities

Would you like to teach for Chukchi Campus?

Chukchi Campus seeks local and/or regional professors. If you want to teach and have a skill, work experience or a degree, please contact us about opportunities.

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Many of our courses are taught by adjunct instructors. Chukchi Campus adjunct instructors teach community interest courses, workforce training, language, arts, traditional knowledge and courses that are required for various degrees. 

An adjunct usually has formal education, credentials and practical work experience. While some subjects like math, English, and political science require advanced degrees (generally, a Masters or higher), other subjects (like Inupiaq language and arts, medical billing, and first aid) require less education like a certification or A.A.S. , and subjects like native arts & crafts, arctic survival, and hunting require no formal education at all.

Angela Nanouk

Program Development Specialist

Anyone interested in becoming an adjunct is encouraged to contact Angela.

Resources for Chukchi Campus adjunct faculty.


How-to Become an Adjunct at the Chukchi Campus

Step 1: Inquire about Open Adjunct Positions

Angela Nanouk about current adjunct opportunities.

Step 2: Create your Resume or Curriculum Vitae

All adjuncts must submit a resume or curriculum vitae (a more complex type of resume for professional educators). Sample Resume

Step 3: Create your Sample Syllabus

All adjuncts are required to submit a proposed syllabus for each class that they seek to teach.

Learn to write a syllabus

Step 4: Submit your Application

Submit all materials to Angela Nanouk including:

  • Resume or Vitae
  • Syllabus for each class
  • Any other materials as requested