Share Your Expertise
Collaborate with us to offer engaging learning opportunities to our community
About our Program
What We Offer
The Continuing Education program at Seattle Central College offers non-credit classes, in personal enrichment and professional development.
Our students are interested in discovering new passions, interests, hobbies and skills or developing their careers and job opportunities.
Courses are held during the days and evenings, throughout the week and on weekends.
Our classes range from one session workshops, to ten session classes, or multiple course certification programs, and everything in between.
While classes aren't graded, we do offer certificates of achievement or continuing education credit certificates upon request.
What You Offer
You'll teach your passion and/or profession to self-motivated adult learners.
In concert with the school's mission, your class is innovative, engaging, and dynamic.
You should seek to build a sense of community in the classroom, and to respect the diversity of our unique neighborhood and community.
Instructors must have a professional demeanor and maintain a positive learning environment for all students.
Fall: June 25th
Winter: September 25th
Spring: December 20th
Summer: March 25th
How to Teach for Us
We're always looking for innovative new classes to offer to the community!
If you'd like your class to be considered for one of our upcoming quarters, here's how the process works:
- Complete the Course Proposal Form below
- Our programming team will review your proposal
- If we would like to offer your class, we will contact you to request:
- A detailed syllabus
- Your resume
- A short bio
- A recent headshot photo, for use on our website and other marketing materials
- Once we have reviewed all required documents, we will schedule an interview and 10 minute mock teaching session.
If you have any questions about teaching for Continuing Education, please contact us.
Please note: Only electronic proposals are accepted. Any proposals we receive after the deadlines will be considered for the next quarter.”