Want to join MiraCosta College Community Education
by teaching new and fascinating not-for-credit courses?


Community Education Program at MiraCosta College is offering a unique opportunity for instructors and/or subject matter experts to teach creative new classes! Come and share your talent, ideas, and skills in this part-time teaching job! We are always looking for interesting classes that go beyond the normal course subjects. Classes are held on the MiraCosta College San Elijo and Oceanside Campuses.
 

Qualifications: Instructors must have teaching experience, communication skills, must be an expert and passionate about the area selected to teach. Instructors must be able to work one-on-one and with small groups of students.
 
Ability To: Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability issues. It is imperative that the instructor is professional and ethical at all times. 

Whether you have a new idea that you’d like to propose teaching or you have the skills and background to teach any of the classes listed below, don’t hesitate to connect with us!

 

Children & Teens subjects:

  • My first cooking class
  • SAT Prep class (English)

Enrichment subjects:

  • Spanish for Healthcare
  • Bartending
  • Drought Tolerant Landscaping
  • Natural Disaster or Wilderness Survival Techniques
  • Floral Holiday Designs
  • Gluten Free or Paleo Cooking 
  • Organic cooking
 


STEPS:
  1. Download and follow the instructions on the informational COVER SHEET
  2. Complete the new course PROPOSAL FORM  Note: Your promotional paragraph (course description) needs to be 440 charachters or LESS.

If you are a returning instructor (have recently taught course(s) with MiraCosta Community Education), and would like to submit a returning course proposal form (letter of intent), click on the link below and complete the form. Note: Your promotional paragraph (course description) needs to be 440 charachters or LESS.
Note:  
Submitting your returning class proposals does not mean your class has been accepted for the corresponding semesters. Course proposals and past enrollments will be reviewed and you will receive a response regarding the status of your proposal forms.