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Food Insecurity Survey for PCC Part-Time Instructors and Casual Staff

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Survey for PCC Part-Time instructors and Casual Staff

The ASPCC food pantries were intended to help students, but staff at the pantries noted that casual employees and “part-time” instructors were also showing up, reporting food need.

The following survey for casual staff and “part-time” instructors was developed by Maria Wilson-Figueroa’s Sociology class and put online by Marc Goodman’s CIS students. It will be analyzed by Statistics classes at Sylvania this spring.

If the surveys show that food insecurity is widespread among these groups of PCC employees, the PCC Federation of Faculty and Academic Professionals will look at how best to respond and try to provide resources on-campus for them.

If you are a “part-time” instructor or casual staff at PCC, please take the anonymous survey.

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