Graduate students should not hesitate to apply to community colleges for teaching jobs if they are seeking to build classroom experience, writes Rob Jenkins, an associate professor at Georgia State University's Perimeter College. In this commentary, Jenkins lays out the advantages of community-college positions, including less stress, decent pay and benefits.
Why grad students should work at community colleges
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