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Benefits of the Program

If you are selected to be a FDIP Participant, you will:

  • photoAttend trainings and workshops
  • Develop a FDIP Portfolio to demonstrate your knowledge and experience
  • Learn strategies and approaches to encourage learning and to promote retention of students
  • Acquire an understanding of college governance, including policies and procedures
  • Prepare a syllabus for a course, according to college standards
  • Visit classes and build a professional network that will help you navigate community college systems

Note: Internship placements are made available based on a number of factors, including enrollment, department need, and participant readiness. Not all FDIP Participants accepted into the program will receive internships.

If you are selected to be a FDIP Intern, you will:

  • Gain hands-on experience, teaching in an ethnically diverse community college
  • Share knowledge and skills in a professional setting under the supervision of an experienced faculty member
  • Earn remuneration
  • Teach one class for one semester  (You may reapply up to three semesters)
  • Work closely and meet regularly with a Faculty Mentor
  • Participate in department meetings unless hours conflict with intern’s graduate class schedule and/or work commitments

  • Faculty Diversity Internship Program

    Wednesday 15 July 2020
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  • Peralta Community College District

    The District comprises four colleges serving northern Alameda County.