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John Jay has an institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), which offers resources for faculty across career levels. Membership is open to PhD students, part-time and full-time faculty members at John Jay.
To claim your account: (a) Go to https://www.facultydiversity.org/join; (b) choose John Jay College from the drop-down menu; (c) select “Activate my Membership”; (d) complete registration with your jjay email address; (e) confirm in jjay email by clicking “Activate Account”.
The Faculty Opportunity Fund (FOF) supports full-time faculty members' professional development
- Refer to the application form for information on award eligibility, the application process and criteria, and funding categories.
- The FOF selection committee plans to evaluate applications 4-6 times per year, as needed: Feb 1, April 1, June 1, Sept 1, Nov 1.
Faculty members can apply to either be a mentee or a mentor for a colleague. Mentorship is often focused on tenure and/or promotion, as well as on other career goals (e.g., scholarship; leadership development). Calls for participants are sent in late summer/early fall.
Resources to facilitate faculty members' success in reaching their career goals:
Faculty can apply for leadership development training (supported by funding from the Faculty Opportunity Fund). Watch for email announcements for upcoming opportunities.
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To learn more about the Black/African-American affinity group, please email Miss Purdie (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rulisa Galloway-Perry (email@example.com). To inquire about the Hispanic/Latinx affinity group, please email Maribel Perez (firstname.lastname@example.org). To inquire about female faculty or 'faculty while parenting' affinity groups, please email Angela Crossman (email@example.com).
Faculty (and their families) can access assistance with emotional wellbeing; child, adult and elder care; legal and financial challenges; and daily living tasks (e.g., finding pet care). For details, visit www.myccaonline.com, download the CCA@YourService app, or call 800-833-8707. Code: CUNY.