If any of you have been following along with my exploits, you should know that I’ve been applying for and trying to interview at colleges and universities across the country, looking for a permanent position. I enjoy teaching, but life as an adjunct instructor is not dependable. You may recall that a couple of years ago, I went to Arkansas to interview at Southern Arkansas University. That didn’t quite work out. Last year, I interviewed at a community college in Tulsa. A bit ago, the SAU called me up and said they had a new opening and wondered if I wanted to be considered again. I said, sure.
I had been applying to many schools recently and got quite a few replies to interview online. Surprisingly, I got a prompt reply from the University of North Georgia, in addition to others I had applied to previously. I did a lot of online video interviews, made some video tutorials, and got a job offer from the UNG. I traveled to Georgia to meet everyone and see the campus. I then flew to Minnesota to interview at a college there. At the same time, a college in Iowa was trying to get me to come out and interview. Oddly enough, I got a call a few days ago from a school in Omaha that I had apparently applied to a while ago, wanting to interview me. These were all for openings to teach in the fall.
When it rains, it pours, right? I guess it’s true. After all these years, all these possibilities were coming in at the same time. Well, I accepted the offer to teach at the University of North Georgia. I’ll be moving out there with my family to start as a lecturer teaching digital art and animation this August. I’ll also continue my freelance work as it comes in. Stay tuned to see what develops, y’all.
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