The Appalachian Summer Regional Governor’s School at Wytheville Community College is now accepting course proposals for the 2015 program in areas of science, technology, and the arts.
The 2015 Governor’s School is scheduled from June 15-26, 2015, at Wytheville Community College.
Courses proposals for science, computer technology, and mathematics are especially encouraged. Each course is expected to offer 30 hours of instruction for gifted high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Typical class sizes are nine students each.
Applicants must hold a valid teacher’s license or have a special expertise as determined by the Governor’s School Board of Directors. Eighteen hours of graduate study in the field of expertise is preferred in addition to knowledge of gifted instructions. The application deadline is December 1, 2014. Accepted applicants may be required to complete a background check as part of employment.
The Appalachian Summer Regional Governor’s School is funded by the Virginia Department of Education and jointly sponsored by Wytheville Community College and the School Divisions of Bland, Carroll, Grayson, Smyth, and Wythe counties and the city of Galax. The Governor’s School is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
A complete description of the program and course proposal process can be found on the Governor’s school web page at http://www.wcc.vccs.edu/gs. Interested applicants are encouraged to research this site prior to submission of a course proposal.
Please send an application letter, course proposal, and resume to
William Grose, Director
Appalachian Summer Regional Governor’s School
110 Fincastle Hall, Wytheville Community College
1000 E. Main Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
For additional information concerning summer faculty positions, contact William Grose at email@example.com