Talk to the dean or director of the study area, usually business. I
think they welcome qualified instructors to serve as adjunct (part
time) faculty. Adjunct faculty aren't tenure track, and they usually
fill some specific requirement (like RPG programming!). I taught on
and off for 17 years at a community college. The college will identify
the requirements. The requirements can be different for adjunct vs.
full time faculty, but *usually* the minimum is a Bachelors with a
Masters preferred. That being said, colleges will hire people without
the requisite degree if they have a specific need that they can't fill
any other way.

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 10:10 PM, D Reaper <dreaper@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm wondering if anyone on the list is teaching IT related classes at a
local technical college or similar. I'm wondering how one gets involved
in this kind of teaching. What are the requirements?

Thanks,

Dennis
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