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Now seeking instructors with new class ideas, online teaching experience and a passion for sharing knowledge.

Inspire. Challenge. Help others grow.

Do you have a hobby, talent, skill or area of expertise that you would like to teach others? We are looking for instructors with ideas and knowledge to share!

Continuing Education at St. Louis Community College offers a variety of non-credit classes for personal and professional development available on all STLCC campuses, at partner locations and online. Our goal is to provide accessible, affordable and easy-to-learn topics for all ages and stages of life. General areas of instruction are professional development, personal interest, youth classes, and adult basic education.

  • Professional development offerings are broad and include business administration, leadership skills, small business development, career planning, construction trades, healthcare careers, education and test preparation, computers and technology.
  • Classes offered for personal interest include arts and crafts, communication skills, family education, financial planning, home improvement, nature studies, physical activities, writing and more.
  • College for Kids is a one-week summer youth program for students in completed kindergarten through eighth grades. This program offers a wide variety of opportunities including model rocketry, fine arts, robotics, CPR, music and writing, many of which are taught at an accelerated level for added challenge.
  • The Office of Continuing Education also offers Adult Basic Education to aid in test preparation and remedial instruction in mathematics, reading and writing.

Continuing Education classes are open to the general public for individuals seeking to acquire a specific skill, have fun while learning, experience something new, or to meet people with similar interests. Enrollment in classes is limited to persons 16 years or older (except for classes designated for youth).

Adults who have skills or knowledge to share are invited to apply to be a Continuing Education instructor. They should be experts in their field, but in most cases are not required to have a degree or current certification. All applications are reviewed and, if selected, the candidate is contacted to schedule an interview.

Continuing Education is a recognized source of training and service in the community and provides the opportunity to engage talent and expertise with a diverse audience. We encourage learning and growth in the classroom, but do not allow "sales pitches" or in-class advertisements of outside services.

Continuing Education classes are held throughout St. Louis City and County on our four main campuses: Florissant Valley, Forest Park, Meramec and Wildwood; as well as satellite locations and online. We also hold classes at local schools, hospitals, dance studios, community centers, parks, recreational clubs and private businesses.

In order to serve a wide variety of students, Continuing Education offers a dynamic and flexible schedule each semester with in-person and online classes meeting during the day, evening and weekend, and lasting an entire semester, a few weeks, or one session.

Applications may be submitted at any time for any subject at jobs.stlcc.edu. However, classes are planned several months in advance, and Continuing Education's needs vary by semester. At this time, the College is only accepting applications from residents of St. Louis and the St. Louis Metropolitan area to teach CE classes.

To be considered, complete the following steps:

1.) Download and complete a course proposal form.

Download course proposal form

2.) Apply to become a Continuing Education instructor.

Apply to teach for CE

Application must include a completed course proposal form, submitted as an attachment. Organizations interested in teaching for Continuing Education who have an FEIN assigned by the IRS may email a completed course proposal directly to teachforCE@stlcc.edu. All other course proposals submitted without an application will not be reviewed or accepted.

Start your application now.

  1. Carefully review the information provided above.
  2. Download and complete a course proposal form.
  3. Applications will be accepted beginning July 27. At this time, the College is only accepting applications from residents of St. Louis and the St. Louis Metropolitan area to teach CE classes.

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