Your Talent is Needed
Become a Community Education Instructor at College of Marin!
Dear Prospective Instructor:
Thank you for your interest in teaching a not-for-credit short course at
College of Marin's Community Education program. Community Education is
a self-supporting program. We strive to provide our community with high
quality educational opportunities that are responsive, up-to-date,
relevant, and accessible.
If you are applying to teach in the Emeritus College,
we would also be interested in hearing about any professional or
volunteer interface you have with older adults (55 years or
to lack of available classroom space in the Fine Arts Building, we
are not accepting any new course proposals in Art until further
notice. Following the submission deadline, all proposals will be
reviewed by the director and program staff. Only those selected as
candidates will be contacted and invited to interview. If we
are interested in your course proposal, you will be contacted in
approximately eight (8) weeks.
For your reference, you may download a sample PDF copy of the Course Proposal here. However, you must complete and submit a proposal using the electronic online form below, not the sample PDF copy.
Thank you very much for your interest in our program. We look forward to
learning about your course ideas and possibly working with you. If you
have any questions about the application process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jason Lau, Ph.D., CPRP, DSW.
Director, Community Education, Lifelong Learning and International Education
College of Marin
Community Education web page
Technical Contact: Cheryl Lynn Carlson, Program Specialist, Community Education, Lifelong Learning and International Education, 415.485.9311
Content Responsible: Dr. Jason Lau, Director, Community Education, Lifelong Learning and International Education, 415.485.9316