Community Education

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Teach for Kennewick Community Education

Thank you for your interest in becoming an instructor with Kennewick Community Education. We are a program of the Kennewick School District offering non-credit classes taught by community members who have an idea, talent or passion they'd like to share.

Community education classes are targeted to adults and designed to provide an enrichment experience. View our current catalog for examples of the types of classes we offer. Community education instructors may choose to apply as a volunteer or as a casual employee of the district. The initial process to submit a proposal is the same for both volunteers and casual employees. We follow the district guidelines in approving both paid and volunteer instructors.

To propose a class, please complete the Community Education Course Proposal Form and email it to See below for additional frequently asked questions.

Final determination on class offerings will be made by the community education coordinator with input from the Community Education Advisory Council.

Please call us at (509) 222-6977 with questions or comments. We look forward to hearing from you.


Q: What can I teach?
Q: Where do I teach?
Q: How long are the classes?
Q: How many people will I have in my class?
Q: Who takes Kennewick Community Education classes?
Q: Do I have to prepare lesson plans and a syllabus and all that “teacher-stuff"?
Q: What about handouts?
Q: Supplies?
Q: Equipment?
Q: Is this volunteer work or will I get paid?


Kennewick Community Education
1000 W. Fourth Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336

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7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 


Robyn Chastain, Executive Director of Communications and Public Relations, (509) 222-7424,

TBD, Coordinator
Julia Torres, Secretary

Phone: (509) 222-5080
Fax: (509) 222-5137



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