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Now hiring Masters STEM degree grads for positions at the Wade Institute of Technology - $56K-$110K in salary

Now hiring Masters STEM degree grads for positions at the Wade Institute of Technology - $56K-$110K in salary
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on June 17, 2021

Located in Palo Alto, California, The Wade Institute of Technology focuses on addressing the acute underrepresentation of African Americans and students of African descent in the STEM ecosystem. The inaugural class begins in Fall 2021. Students learn, practice and demonstrate mastery of course content through traditional instruction methods and especially through experiential projects. For the freshman year, WIT offers an intimate class of 25 students.

Positions are full-time and start in July 2021.



The salary ranges are between $63K - $110K+ for the instructor position and between $56K - 79K+ for the coordinator position. Salary is based upon a variety of factors, including, but not limited to, education, experience, specialty and training.

Wade Institute of Technology is HIRING and wants YOU to APPLY! Are you an HBCU grad with a MA/MS or Ph.D. in a STEM-related field? One of these positions might be perfect for you!

APPLY HERE! ---> https://bit.ly/3xs4nbg
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