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Community Education Instructors

Do you have special skills or talents? Do you love your hobby? Do you enjoy teaching? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we need you! Bridger Valley residents rely on our good citizens to teach non-credit enrichment courses. Topics can include health, fitness, music, foreign languages, classes for children, art, cooking, woodworking, metal or leather working, book studies, historical workshops or dancing. The topics can be as creative as you can imagine.

Choose your own schedule. You can teach in the evenings for just a one-time session or teach multiple days over weeks. We can use our classroom space or borrow space from other community facilities. We can offer per hour payment for instructors or you can work out a per student fee. Instructor payments will be based on the total number of students required to cover the costs of the class.


Below is a link to an Instructor Course Outline Form. This needs to be completed for each class you want to teach.

Spring Semester runs January through May. To have a class listed in the catalog that is delivered to residents in December for Spring Semester, you must submit your Course Outline by the end of October.


Fall Semester runs September through December. To have a class listed in the catalog that is delivered in August, you must submit your Course Outline by the end of March.


Please call us at 782-6401x3 with any questions or ideas you have. We want to help you help others! Join the fun - be a community education instructor!


Instructor Course Outline Form

 

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If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: kbehunin@wwcc.wy.edu.

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