• Become a Community Education Instructor

    Community Education seeks part-time instructors to teach quality non-credit courses and workshops in a variety of topics. If you have the ability and desire to provide a learning experience for seniors, adults and/or youths in your community, your talents are needed.

    How to Get Involved 

    Please complete the following form below to inquire about a position as a Community Education part-time instructor. Your information will be shared with the partners located in the areas you prefer to teach.  If a CCC partner has an opening in the topic you teach, they will contact you directly.  A complete list of CCC Community Education Partners are listed at this link

  •  * Full Name:   
     * Address:   
     * City:   
     * State:   
     * Zip Code:   
    * eMail:   
    Phone:   
    Class you would like to teach:   
    Where would you want to teach?    
    Briefly describe any teaching experience you might have:    
    Why should we offer this particular class?    
     
          
     
  • Contact our Office of Community Education

    Harmony Campus - 7738 S.E. Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

    Call us: 503-594-0627

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