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McHenry County College

Instructor of Graphics Arts

Location: Crystal Lake, IL
Posted: May 25, 2021
Application Deadline: June 30, 2021


McHenry County College
Diana Dominguez
8900 US Highway 14
Crystal Lake, IL, 60012-2761


At McHenry County College (MCC), we champion the learning process by inspiring and equipping our students to successfully live and work in the world. MCC serves our students and community through a unified mission of Student Success. Our people are crucial to fulfilling this mission, with every employee playing a pivotal role in getting our students to whatever is next in their journey. Our thoughtful and open environment allows us to respect and celebrate diverse ideas and perspectives. Making meaningful connections, practicing critical thinking, focusing deeply on the community which we serve, and practicing and inspiring excellence through passion and trustful stewardship – these are the values that we live through our vibrant and inclusive culture. Most importantly, our students are at the heart of everything we do and every decision we make.

McHenry County College seeks a dynamic and hands-on Instructor who will foster and champion student learning. This individual will engage and inspire students. The instructor selected for this position is expected to teach a variety of Graphic Design courses; develop and update curriculum; work with community and professional stakeholders; and participate in the offerings of the Art Department, including Skyway Conference activities, student art shows, and Voices, the student literary arts magazine.

Visit to view additional information, including the full job description, application process, and requirements. MCC is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to diversity and inclusion among our faculty and staff.

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