Adjunct Faculty Program Overview

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Training should be supported by and involve frontline, experienced individuals.

NCI’s Adjunct Faculty Program draws on expertise from two types of adjuncts: current ChalleNGe staff with a combination of operational knowledge and training potential; and experienced trainers from outside the organization that bring analogous external experience. By involving current ChalleNGe staff, this model infuses learning experiences with unique client insight and program specificity while simultaneously contributing to the leadership potential of selected staff. Involving experienced trainers with correlating experience in residential programming, quasi-military environments, and other topical areas central to ChalleNGe operations provides valuable and relevant points of comparison.

Adjunct faculty members are a part of our team.

Adjunct faculty personnel are members of the National Challenge Institute team. Clients should engage adjunct and full-time staff as equal members of one unified family of service providers.

The NCI Adjunct Faculty Program is designed to provide benefits to all parties involved.

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Training participants are exposed to relevant training rooted in experience and delivered by skilled trainers who bring a range of diverse, real-world perspectives.

Internal adjuncts and, by proxy, their home programs, gain enhanced training skills and experience and broadened perspectives of the program on a national level.

NCI maintains flexibility and skill redundancy, ensuring the ability to meet contract requirements while guaranteeing exceptional training delivery.