Adjunct Instructor Resume Sample

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OBJECTIVE: Position as Adjunct Faculty teaching Criminal Justice, Political Science, Urban Affairs, American History, or Public Administration.

QUALIFICATIONS: Dedicated and animated teacher with successful record of developing and implementing new curricula in multi-cultural environments. Recognized by staff, faculty, and students for innovative instruction style and sincere care. Experienced teaching Political Science, Contemporary American History, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, and World Civilization at undergraduate-level. Ten-year record as police instructor - New York State Method Of Instruction Certified. Bi-lingual (English-German) with conversational skills in Spanish. Master’s degree in Political Science.

EXPERTISE IN:

  • Interactive & Multimedia Instruction
  • Special Events Planning
  • Curriculum Development/Implementation
  • Classroom Management
  • Student Services
  • Textbook Review & Selection
  • Lesson Plan/Exam Development
  • Cross-level Instruction

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

QUEENS COLLEGE, New York, NY

2002 - Present

Adjunct Faculty Political Science

2002 - Present

Adjunct Faculty Contemporary American History

2003 - Present

Adjunct Faculty Criminal Justice (Policing in America)

2003 - Present

Substitute Lecturer World Civilization

2003 - Present

BARUCH COLLEGE, New York, NY

Substitute Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Public Administration

2000 - 2001

NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT (NYPD), New York, NY

1983 - 2003

Sergeant since 1989, holding multiple medals and community service awards. Special focus:
INTAC (Uniformed in Service Tactical Training) Supervisor - Counter-Terrorism Instructor - Boro-based training - Police Science Recruit Instructor (Police Academy) - Special training in OSHA, hazmat regulations, and suicide awareness.

INITIATIVES & ACCOMPLISHMENTS AT QUEENS COLLEGE, NY

2002 – Present

  • September 11, 2002” — First anniversary of Sep 11, 2001. Initiated and orchestrated highly successful college-wide event with expert speakers.
  • “The Importance of Political Involvement” — Invited and arranged for New Jersey Assemblyman Willis Edwards III’s presence as guest speaker for Political Science class.
  • “Orange Alert” — Law enforcement’s response to the threat of terrorism. Organized assembly for college’s activity period; invited NYPD lieutenant & sergeant as guest speakers.
  • “Barbie & Ken in the Workplace” — Co-developed panel discussion about gender roles in the workplace; open to entire college and attended by faculty members.
  • “Women in Law Enforcement” — Organized theme lecture in celebration of Women’s History Month. Guest speaker: Assistant Commissioner of Training, NYPD.
  • “African-Americans in Policing” — Invited guest speaker for special lecture in celebration of Black History Month; Mr. Roger L. Abel (former president of NYPD Guardians Association; an African-American NYPD fraternal organization).
  • “Group Dynamics” — Substitute facilitator on group psychology, using policing video and interactive dramatization.
  • Mentoring Program Liberal Arts & Sciences Department
    Asked by Chairperson to set up and run student-mentoring program following frequent student requests for advice.
  • CommunityOutreachVolunteerProgram
    Memorial Intermediate School, West Paterson, NJ
Developed lesson plans on drugs, child abduction, and gang behavior education and awareness and held well-received sessions for students ranging from Kindergarten through 8th grade, including parents. Achieved successful cross-level customization of material and presentation.

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, AND AFFILIATION

MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE—2000
Major: Political Science
Baruch College–New York, NY
Graduated magna cum laude
Recipient Herbert Bienstock Research Award

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE—1995
Major: History
The College of Staten Island—Staten Island, NY
Graduated magna cum laude

AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION (APSA)—Member since January 2003

CERTIFIED SIMMUNITION TRAINING AND SAFETY SUPERVISOR—2001
Simmunition Division SNC Technologies, Inc. New York, NY

CERTIFIED VERBAL JUDO INSTRUCTOR—1995
Verbal Judo Institute—New York, NY

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION—1992
Division of Criminal Justice—New York State


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