When TCC collaborates with independent school districts and other entities, we help the faculty, administrators and staff get started in our systems as non-employees.
Who are non-employee faculty?
If you are employed and receive a pay check from another entity, such as an independent school district or hospital, but you teach credit courses for TCC, you are non-employee faculty.
Non-employee faculty are required to be credentialed for the courses they teach.
This process does not apply to those instructors who are currently employed as TCC Adjunct Faculty members.
Who are non-employee staff and administrators?
If you are employed and receive a pay check from another entity, such as an independent school district or other organization, or if you serve on internships, but you work as administrators or staff on behalf of TCC, you are non-employee staff and administrators.
- Assistant Principals
- Program of Choice Coordinators
- Other administrators
Non-employee staff and administrators do not need to go through the credentialing process.
Judith Dumont, Director of Professional Development
Donna Delancy, Coordinator of Employee Career Development
Jennifer Benson, Coordinator of Online Professional Development
Lucia (Mackie) Mahmoud, HR Specialist
Updated April 30, 2020