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The faculty members of many small colleges enjoy robust support with reasonable expectations for research output. We teach eager, inquisitive students who respect the title of “professor” (even when they do call you by your first name), whose whip-smart input enriches research almost as much as engaging with graduate students can. We also privilege qualities and attributes that applicants rarely know to exhibit in applications, interviews, and campus visits. If you’re early in your academic training and hoping to work at a small liberal arts college (henceforth SLAC), I hope the following narrative will help encourage you to build a broad base of knowledge and forge an innovative, multidisciplinary or cross-period dissertation that resists overly narrow, trendy thinking and instead gives you a wider sense of what your field of expertise is and can do. Similarly, if you’re on the job market applying to this range of institutions (no matter what stage of your career), I hope this will help you craft an application packet that speaks to the hiring committees at a given SLAC, which you should know can often comprise the entire department plus surprising outside members.
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These results thus corroborate the often-voiced complaint that anonymity prevents employers from favoring minority applicants when credentials are equal—at least in the initial stage of the hiring process. These circumstances may not be representative, however, as a large number of studies for many countries document substantial hiring discrimination against minority candidates. Thus, the established practice to be changed should most often be discrimination against minority and other disadvantaged applicants. In most cases, then, the use of anonymous applications should increase the probability of a job interview for minority candidates.
How to Write a Job Application Essay
An American proverb states, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” In other words, you want to present yourself as being ready for the next job. In this instance, you want to show that you already have college-level writing skills. So, in writing your college application essays, you should write with the following features in mind:
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