Bard early college are recruiting graduate students in all disciplines for faculty positions.

Early College Faculty:

An Academic Career Path to Consider


Wednesday, April 24, 3:30pm in Marvin Center 310

Wednesday, April 24, 6:30 pm in Marvin Center 307


These information sessions for doctoral and masters’ students in all fields will introduce teaching in the Bard Early Colleges as a career path to consider.  The Bard Early Colleges have over 200 faculty, the great majority with terminal degrees in their fields, teaching at ten campuses, predominantly in major urban centers. Nearly all positions are full-time and tenure-track.


Through a tuition-free college program in the liberal arts and sciences, the Bard Early Colleges help high school students, particularly those at risk of not completing postsecondary education, access, afford, and complete college. The ideal faculty candidates are educators passionate about their fields of study and committed to advancing equity through rigorous curricula made accessible to students with varied academic preparation. Bard Early Colleges campuses are currently in New York City, New York State, Newark, Baltimore, Cleveland, New Orleans, and Shenzhen, China; a new campus in Washington, DC is opening later this year.


Session leader: John B. Weinstein, Dean of the Early Colleges, Bard College

Session co-leader: Brian Mateo, Assistant Dean of Civic Engagement, Bard College


Contact information:

John B. Weinstein,

Brian Mateo,


For further information on the Bard Early Colleges, see


For current position listings, see

By Sean Zha
Sean Zha Career Services Ambassador Sean Zha