We believe that God does not only call the “qualified” to serve him; but he always qualifies the called. We remain committed to our belief that our students need to learn from both formally and informally trained teachers and mentors. Since we shape learners as a college, we do need a substantial and sufficient number of faculty members with graduate-level training in the areas they teach. Accreditation requires us to demonstrate and provide evidence of our credibility as a teaching institution, and faculty credentials are the most common way of demonstrating one’s training for teaching in higher education. Our plan for involving both “Pauls” (formally trained) and “Peters” (informally trained) includes:
We are looking for credentialed teachers for both our Biblical studies and general education classes. Some requirements include: (1) Agreement with Calvary Chapel theology and philosophy of ministry, (2) being part of a Calvary Chapel church or having attended CCBC, (3) having a Master’s degree, (4) Experience giftedness for college-level teaching. If you don’t live near Murrieta, CA, there may still be opportunities for you to teach, either online or in intensive one or two-week “block class” where you would be housed on campus while you teach.