The Evergreen State College

Evergreen is a public liberal arts and sciences college in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.

Opened in 1971, Evergreen gives students a hands-on, collaborative education that prepares them to succeed in an ever-changing world.

How you’ll learn

Evergreen goes beyond majors and minors so students have the freedom to pursue their passions unrestricted and the flexibility to adapt their studies as their interests evolve. Narrative evaluations written by faculty take the place of traditional grades, giving students a real sense of what they’ve accomplished and the journey they’re on.

Undergraduate studies

There are lots of ways to earn a bachelor’s degree here. Evergreen offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and dual Bachelor of Arts and Science degrees, as well as select certificate programs.

Graduate studies

Evergreen offers three master’s degrees. 

Master of Environment Studies

The Master of Environment Studies program teaches graduates to be creative, critical thinkers with the research skills required for professional environmental work and leadership.

Master of Public Administration

The Master of Public Administration program shows graduates how to advocate for change on behalf of the public, accomplish positive change in the workplace, and imagine new possibilities for our society.

This program has three concentration areas:

  • Public and nonprofit administration
  • Public policy
  • Tribal governance

Master in Teaching

The Master in Teaching program shows aspiring teachers how to work toward a sustainable and equitable future for all by becoming a force for good both in and out of the classroom.

Sep 07, 2022
Full time
The Evergreen State College Olympia, WA, USA
The Evergreen State College is seeking a regular*, full-time faculty member to teach in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program with a concentration in Tribal Governance starting in the 2023-24 Academic Year. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses primarily in the Evergreen MPA program’s tribal governance cohort, which include core courses in the MPA curriculum (Context of Public Administration; Doing Democratic Public Administration; Policy, Finance, and Budgeting for Public Administration; Analytical Techniques for Public Service; and Capstone) and teach concentration courses (Path to Sovereignty, Intergovernmental Relations, Tribal Organizations, Tribal Economics, and Tribal Policy). The teaching load is one core course (6 credits) plus one concentration or elective course (4 credits) in each of the three quarters of the academic year. We seek a candidate with broad knowledge of and professional experience in public administration and tribal...