Community Education Employment Opportunities

We invite you to share your knowledge, expertise and passion with our community.

Community Education classes are based on the interests and needs of the community which means they are flexible and custom designed. Please provide your contact information and a brief description of the class you are interested in teaching when you contact our Program Coordinator.
Fall Proposals are due by the last Friday in May for classes that run Late September - December. If you plan on teaching year round, you may included dates for the year.
Winter/ Spring Proposals are due by the Friday after Labor Day. Mid-January-May class start dates. 
Spring/Summer are due by the 3rd Friday in December. Late April-May spring classes and mid-June though August class dates will be accepted.  
Please fill the form out completely, and include your logo or photos of your work (300dpi is necessary for printed material)
You will be notified once it has been determined that your class will be offered. 

Course proposal
Please note: Save this form to your computer, complete and re-save. It's helpful for you to use the quarter, year and your name in the file name. Then attach to your email and return to ceinfo@isd191.org ;
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Catalogs are mailed to all district residents in late August, November and March.
Please contact Jennifer Gardner, Enrichment Program Coordinator with questions.
952-707-4113,  


Additional opportunities may exist at the middle school level. If you are interested in coaching or teaching an intramural sport contact Steven Jensen at 952-707-4160 or
For additional employment opportunities within District One91, please see the links below. 

One91 CE


Employment opportunities for Seasonal or Casual employment, Project KIDS, Aquatics & positions with Early Childhood Programs.
District One91 Burnsville, Eagan, Savage


One91 Early Childhood & School Age Care