What Do Pre-AP National Faculty Members Do?
Pre-AP National Faculty members are College Board–endorsed educators who facilitate Pre-AP professional learning experiences across the United States and around the world.
|Professional Learning for Pre-AP Courses||Pre-AP Readiness Workshops|
|For schools using College Board’s official Pre-AP courses.||For schools that want to learn more about Pre-AP’s approach to teaching and learning.|
- Must be a current Pre-AP course-authorized teacher to facilitate Professional Learning for Pre-AP Courses
- May or may not currently be a Pre-AP course-authorized teacher but are fully committed to the mission of College Board and the goals of the Pre-AP Program to facilitate Pre-AP Readiness Workshops
- Have at least 3 full years of classroom teaching experience with a strong record of student achievement
- Have experience leading professional learning with peers
- Be able to attend the Pre-AP National Faculty Institute
Why Become a Pre-AP National Faculty Member?
Share Pre-AP content, practices, and routines. Promote innovation and excellence in your field.
Help students beyond your classroom. Learn together to teach students better.
Join 250+ educators
Meet and exchange ideas with College Board faculty and staff.
Receive a stipend for your work.
How to Apply
The Pre-AP National Faculty application is now open; applications are due in early 2021.