Why Should I Join Pre-AP National Faculty?
Who Can Be a Pre-AP National Faculty Member?
To facilitate Pre-AP Course Teacher Professional Learning
A current Pre-AP course-authorized teacher who has taught for three years. Has detailed knowledge of the Pre-AP Program, including Pre-AP Classroom. Has participated in College Board-sponsored professional learning events (such as a Pre-AP Summer Institute, Online Foundational Module Series, New Teacher or Experienced Teacher Cohort).
To facilitate Pre-AP Readiness Workshops
A current teacher who has taught at least three years and is fully committed to the mission of College Board and goals of the Pre-AP Program.
- Qualify as one of the above under “Who Can Be a Pre-AP National Faculty Member.”
- Attend the Pre-AP National Faculty Institute onboarding event.
- Successfully integrate current technology and relevant resources into workshops and institutes.
- Must commit to fulfilling the mission and goals of the College Board as an endorsed Pre-AP Program professional learning consultant.
How to Apply
Approximate Timeline for Onboarding and Endorsement Process
|March||Receive invitation and complete paperwork to begin onboarding process.|
|March–May||Complete onboarding activities and events.|
|June–December||Complete residency and facilitate a professional learning service with a mentor.|
"I think being a Pre-AP National Faculty member helps you to gain a deeper understanding of the Pre-AP framework and is an opportunity to work alongside a great community of teachers from around the country. It’s been rewarding to be able to introduce a program that I believe in and provide support to teachers."
"Becoming a Pre-AP facilitator has expanded my knowledge as an educator. Each time I facilitate a session, I learn from my participants."