Thank you for your interest in partnering with Proctor and Hermantown Community Education. We are proud to partner with local community experts to bring a variety of enriching and learning opportunities to our communities. Proctor and Hermantown Community Education is committed to meeting the educational, social and recreational needs of our residents.
Begin by completing an instructor application. Once you have submitted your proposal a Community Education Coordinator will contact you with further details.
Once your application is submitted, it is forwarded to the appropriate coordinator according to the age group you are targeting. The coordinator will evaluate your application, determine the level of interest they feel your class will generate, evaluate if it duplicates any of our current courses, and check for availability of space according to your request. They will contact you once their final determination has been made.
If your application is accepted, you will receive follow-up district paperwork for payment processing purposes from a Community Education Coordinator that will need to be completed prior to your first class.
Adult Enrichment and Senior Citizen Engagement classes are scheduled for fall, winter/spring, and summer. Each season typically runs for approximately four months. Classes may be scheduled for one date or multiple, depending on what type of class you plan to teach. Classes may be scheduled Monday – Saturday.
Youth Enrichment classes are scheduled for fall, winter/spring, and summer. Each season typically runs for approximately four months. Classes may be scheduled for one date or multiple, depending on what type of class you plan to teach. Classes are scheduled Monday - Friday, with some special events on Saturdays. Classes take place either before or after school, September through May, pending the building schedule. Summer classes are scheduled according to coordinator needs.
Fall Catalog - Wednesday of the third full week of June
Winter/Spring Catalog - Wednesday of the last full week of September
Summer Catalog - Wednesday of the last full week of January
Instructors working with adults 18 years old and older do not have to complete a background check.
Instructors working with PreK-12 students must complete a background check in the school district in which the class is taking place. The Youth Enrichment and Development Coordinator will coordinate the background check with you and the District Administrative Office.
Instructors should plan for 8-12 students per class with the possibility of more. A minimum number of participants is discussed and set with the Community Education Coordinator. Please note, we make every effort to get sufficient enrollment in our classes but there is no guarantee.
Community Education determines how much the participation fee will be with instructor input.
We factor in instructor pay, hours the class runs per session, registration fee, and supply fees. Please note, we make every attempt to keep our classes affordable.
A supply fee may be charged in addition to the participation fee, and the participants pay the instructor directly on the first night of class. The instructor supplies the materials.
A supply fee may be built directly into the participation fee and the instructor supplies the materials.
A Community Education Coordinator will explain the supply fee process in detail.
Community Education instructors are covered through Proctor Public Schools or Hermantown Community Schools.
Community Education instructors are not required to pay rental for classes taught through Community Education.
Jessica Worden, Adult Enrichment Coordinator
4333 Hawk Circle Drive | Hermantown
firstname.lastname@example.org | 218.626.6075
Josalyn Olson, PACC and Registration Coordinator
100 Pionk Drive | Proctor
email@example.com | 218.628.6293
Drew Jensen, Youth Enrichment & Development
4333 Hawk Circle Drive | Hermantown
firstname.lastname@example.org | 218.626.6029