Cleveland, GA (September 23, 2010) - After experiencing a record enrollment this school year and a 62% increase since 2008, Truett-McConnell’s growth has also created opportunities for faculty.
The college currently has six faculty positions open and anticipate to have more in the future.
In reference to the open positions, Dr. Brad Reynolds, Vice President for Academic Services, states, “there is a need for additional faculty in the following areas:
Also, with the current trend of growth under Dr. Emir Caner, we expect another large incoming class in 2011. Our expectations have led to the additional need for faculty next fall in the areas of Missions and English.”
Applications for these positions are currently being accepted and reviews will begin in October. Truett-McConnell is a distinctively Baptist college and aims to educate students from a Christian worldview. Therefore, the individuals applying for these positions must be active Christians, fully supportive of the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, and supportive of the goals of the institution. The successful candidates must teach from a Christian perspective and set a Christian example for students.
Truett-McConnell is excited about this current growth and hopes to see more in the future.
The mission of Truett McConnell College is to equip students to make a positive impact for Christ through disciplined scholarship and Christian discipleship. For more information about Truett-McConnell College, call 706-865-2134 or visit us online at www.truett.edu
Written by: Vicky Kaniaru