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GUID 102 Information

The Course

As part of our Title III grant work, SCC is working on scaling up GUID 102: Strategies for Success, first developed by our counseling faculty. Building on their solid foundation, SCC will offer more students an opportunity to learn how to be an successful college student. Additional SCC faculty will be teaching the class in the near future, and the TLC will support faculty through training.

For information about upcoming TLC events focused on GUID 102 topics, please see the TLC Event Calendar page. 

 

GUID 102 Stipends

Because of the generous support of the Title III grant funding, there is limited funding for faculty participation in GUID 102 events at the TLC during winter and spring 2017. Stipends are calculated based on event sign-in sheets, and the TLC Coordinator will contact faculty to confirm stipend amounts at the end of each quarter.

GUID 102 Stipends 2017-2018

Stipends can be earned for work during Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters, 2017-2018. Stipends are calculated based on event sign-in sheets, and the TLC Coordinator will contact faculty to confirm stipend amounts at the end of each quarter.

 

Timeframe

Activity

People Involved and Stipends Available

Fall, Winter and Spring

Attending Training/Class Development Sessions

 

 

 

Open to all faculty attending non-duplicated events (all hours assume some prep and/or application before/after the event); stipends paid each quarter

·         1 Event ($50, or 1-2 hours)

·         2 Events ($100, or 3-4 hours)

·         3 Events ($200, or 7-8 hours)

·         4+ Events ($300, or 10-11 hours)

 

Fall, Winter and Spring

Canvas Classroom Development/Maintenance

One person/quarter

($250, or 10-11 hours each quarter)

 

Fall, Winter and Spring

Special Projects (projects vary in scope and content) Developed by GUID 102/College Success Faculty Group 

Open to all faculty who propose projects that add permanent materials to the assignment repository, based on the needs developed by faculty group; Submissions reviewed by TLC coordinator and Title III Grant Coordinator (stipend amounts based on individual project proposals)

* more information available soon about proposal process

 

 

 For questions, please contact Angela Rasmussen (angela.rasmussen@scc.spokane.edu).