Do you have the skill to share with others? St. Charles Adult and Community Education is a great place to share that skill with others as an instructor!
Teaching with us can be a great way for professionals to build credibility and develop speaking and presentation skills. It’s also an opportunity for business owners to introduce their business to a new group of customers. Retirees often teach as a way to stay active and engaged with the community. Plus, it’s a fun way to share what you know with other people!
St. Charles Adult and Community Education are flexible with our teachers. We can design a class or a program that fits your schedule. Some classes we offer are one night long, others last two weeks or even an entire semester. We offer night classes and day classes.
How do I get started?
If you already have an idea for a class, please download this form, fill it out and return it to our office at 2400 Zumbehl Road, St. Charles, Mo. 63301, or email it to Stephanie Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What kind of class can I teach?
What are you passionate about? Are you an expert in Welding, NEC, automotive, fitness, painting, language, photography, or issues facing seniors? You might have a class that’s just right for our students! Submit a course proposal and we’ll be in contact to talk more about your class idea. Be creative! We love to offer classes that are relevant to the kind of experiences people want now!
What’s the pay like?
Instructors are paid an hourly rate.
How do supplies work?
We have a few ways of handling supplies for class. The instructor can purchase supplies and will be reimbursed by students on the first night of class. (We’ll put a line in the description that says, “$15 is payable to the instructor on the first night of class.” Alternatively, we can purchase the supplies and be reimbursed by the students.
What is required of instructors?
– Instructors are required to attend a mandatory orientation in their first semester of teaching. Instructors must arrive on time and be professional.
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