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Faculty Application open for Harmony U 2016

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The Harmony University staff is looking for a few good… teachers! There are two pathways to join our faculty at HU.  The first is by personal  invitation by the HU team… our method since 1970.  Last year, we opened applications to the general public and picked up some amazing educators!  Even if you are not selected for this year, your application lets us know you are willing to serve and allows our HU selection team to review your application and potential fit for Harmony University. There are fantastic teachers out there that may not be on our radar and we want those folks to have a fair shot and open invitation to submit their materials.

If you (or someone you know) should be teaching with us at Belmont next July 24-31, apply using the application link below.  It should only take 15 to 20 minutes.  We will let all applicants know our decision via email in early December.   

If you were HU Faculty in 2014 or 2015, you do not need to fill out this application.  Shoot Donny an email at drose@barbershop.org and you and he can chat about your fit for Belmont 2016.

If you filled out last year’s application and were NOT invited to join us, we strongly suggest you fill it out again!  Our faculty choices are also driven by the types of classes offered so, if we have too many people already in category X and need more people in Y and Z, the solution for 2016 may be YOU.

A word about our selection process: We receive many applications from great people… some are unknown outside their District, some are ” Barbershop famous”.  Ultimately, our decision comes down to this: we are looking for exceptional teaching ability and a personable, encouraging demeanor.  We want the best of the best.  We welcome barbershop rock stars, local powerhouses, and hidden gems to apply and review them all in the same way to create a vibrant, loving faculty that will teach you well and leave you inspired.
In the end, it comes down to excellent teaching skills and the ability to connect with our students. If this is you, we want to hear from you!