Adjunctpreneur   (Join our group on LinkedIn.com)

[aj-uhngkt-pruh-nur; Contemporary American/Fr.]
-noun
An entrepreneur with a graduate-level education and teaching credentials who practices on a contract basis in their area of expertise.

   

Times are changing.


The model of full time employment is a practice of the past. Instead, organizations are looking for savvy, self-starters who can take on a professional role for a defined period of time. Adjunct faculty educators are ideally suited to the new model of time/task delineated employment. 


Consider the skill set of successful adjunct. We are:

  • experts at time management—often managing multiple contracts simultaneously
  • able to adapt to new work environments with minimal (or no) orientation
  • able to manage a diverse population of learners
  • adept at multitasking
  • learn new systems quickly
  • technologically savvy
What if we could turn our part-time job as adjunct faculty into a robust revenue stream?

We can—with the proper credentials.


And that proper credential is the Certification for Adjunct Faculty Educators. It's a smart move in a bad economy.


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Adjunctpreneur Revenue Streams

— Teaching

— Consulting

— Writing

— Editing

— Speaking

— Expert Opinion

 

 

 


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