The Brooklyn College of Arts and Sciences is hiring full-time students to help teach new classes, according to a news release.
The program is being created as part of a “long-term investment of resources in the Brooklyn College program and its students” to help expand the school’s offerings.
In a statement, the college said the hiring of full-timers was made possible by a grant from the Federal Writers Program and grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
“The program aims to train the next generation of the arts in an engaging, creative, and engaged way and will help us build a more vibrant and inclusive community,” the statement read.
The new positions will help expand classes offered in the College’s “Broadening the Teaching,” “Building Bridges Across Academies,” “Pacing Through Diversity,” “The Teaching of Racial Inequity,” “Black Studies,” “Gender Equity,” and “The College of Letters and Science.”
More than 3,000 students have applied for the jobs, which have not yet been filled.
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