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Applications to Teach/Intern for US 1100

Teaching University Seminar Interning for University Seminar

REQUIREMENTS
Staff members must be in an exempt position (exempt from overtime). If you are unsure of your employment status, you may contact HR at 512.245.2557.

Applicants must have a minimum of a master's degree.

REQUIREMENTS
Staff members must be in an exempt position. If you are unsure of your employment status, you may contact HR at 512.245.2557.

Applicants must have a minimum of a master's degree — or — be in the last semester of their master's program.

PAYMENT
Faculty are paid a $1,300 stipend for each US 1100 section taught. The stipend is divided into 4 equal payments in the fall (Oct. 1, Nov. 1, Dec. 1, Jan. 1) and 5 equal payments in the spring (Feb. 1, March 1, April 1, May 1. June 1).

PAYMENT
Interns are paid a $650 stipend that will be awarded after the internship is complete.

SPRING SECTIONS
Fewer sections of US 1100 are offered in the spring. Some sections are current PACE freshmen and others are sophomores and above. Because the number of sections is limited, everyone who applies may not be scheduled to teach. Spring sections are offered first to those with at least two fall semesters of prior experience teaching US 1100.