... From: Prof. Barry Kass [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 12:14 PM To: email@example.com Cc: Ann Popplestone; ChuckMessage 1 of 1 , Sep 13, 2001View Source
FW: special interest in community colleges
From: Prof. Barry Kass [mailto:bkass@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 12:14 PM
Cc: Ann Popplestone; Chuck Ellenbaum
Subject: Re: special interest in community colleges
Thanks for your communication. I wish that I could be more helpful, but I don't know of any regular source of available positions in
anthropology in community colleges, except the Chronicle of Higher Education. At the upcoming AAA meeting in Washington, D. C., there will
be a SACC executive board meeting ( please feel free to attend ), and a business meeting, open to all, including individuals not presently
members of SACC. There you will meet people from SACC very willing to assist you with advise and information. Please consider joining
SACC ( as a member of the AAA ) if you are not presently a member. I am going to post this message to Ann Popplestone, who administers the
SACC Web site, for general distribution, and also Cc it to Chuck Ellenbaum, president-elect of SACC, who is a source of much useful
information in our organization.
Good luck with your job search. I hope to meet you in Washington, or at the upcoming SACC conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida next
Past President of SACC
Ann Popplestone: please post on the SACC-L listserve.
> Dear Barry Kass,
> I was trying to post this message of the Society for Anthropology at Community Colleges of the AAA Web site but it wasn't
> working. Do you know anyone who can help me out with my question?
> I am an applied anthropologist with expertise in the US, immigration, food, nutrition, and El Salvador.
> I am a community college graduate, I have taught at many community colleges and continuing education at four year institutions
> (anthropology, sociology and nutrition), and I am specifically seeking a job at a community college because I believe in their mission
> and I enjoy teaching the type of student they serve.
> I will receive my PH.D. in May, and I have a sterling resume. I am having a difficult time
> finding job postings, however, because most cc jobs are advertised in local papers. Any central place I can look?
> I am also a registered dietitian and I have taught nutrition to allied health professional so I can fill a
> joint position slot. If anyone has advice or knows of any jobs out there (preferably north east or
> central east) I would be most grateful to hear from you. Also I am planning to attend the AAA meeting in DC, will there
> be a rep from your organization there that I can talk to about community college jobs?
> Thanks. Sharon Stowers