Richland Community College

About Us

About our Career and Technical Education Transition to Education Mentor Program

For more than 45 years Richland Community College has proudly and successfully served the citizens of Central Illinois through a strong mix of workforce, technical and transfer education, including a robust and growing dual credit program, all while providing top quality instruction in traditional coursework and cutting-edge workforce training. We strive to provide diverse and meaningful support services for Student Success to make the Richland experience both personal and rewarding.

Our main campus is nestled on a pristine 155-acre site in Decatur and we have grown to include a higher education center in Clinton, Illinois, and have opened The Macon County Law Enforcement Training Center. Our strong partnerships with the region’s communities, business and industry have afforded both locations with state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and technology.

Of course, the best asset at Richland is its people. Faculty, staff and administrators are extremely dedicated to learning, improvement and service. Collectively, we are steadfast and holistic in assisting all students to become successful learners. If you are looking for educational, cultural, social and recreational opportunities that will enhance your life, you will find it at Richland Community College.

College Vision
To be the best and first choice for education.

College Mission
To empower individuals through learning and to forge partnerships that grow communities.

CTE Education Transition to Education Mentor Program

As an expert in your field, we need your help training our future workforce! We are currently searching for individuals interested in becoming Career and Technical Education instructors at Richland Community College. We have established a new mentorship program designed to help you transition into the field of higher education and teaching, applying your hands-on expertise to help train tomorrow's workforce.

Do you want to
  • share your knowledge with the next generation
  • decrease the employment gap in the skilled and technical fields
  • develop your training and teaching skills
  • improve your community
  • earn a stipend for your time while you are training?

Job Opportunities
We are looking for instructors to teach in these programs by becoming part of our CTE Education Transition to Education Mentor Program:
  • Nursing
  • Culinary
  • IT/Cybersecurity
  • Automotive/Collision Repair/Diesel
  • Welding
  • Machinist | Maintenance and Millwrights | Electrical & Instrumentation Technicians

Visit https://www.richland.edu/CTEmentor