Each year education professionals dedicate their time presenting College Board workshops across the country and throughout the world. AP consultants help train both new and experienced educators, sharing their expertise and best practices.
Why do it?
- Exchange ideas with colleagues.
- Join a talented group of teachers, counselors, and administrators in your region and across the nation.
- Support your colleagues in the teaching community, and help students beyond your classroom.
- Share best practices, and promote innovation and excellence in your field.
- Be an active teacher, counselor, or administrator from an accredited secondary or higher education institution; a minimum of three years’ experience is strongly preferred.
- Have recent experience as an AP Reader. If a high school educator, they must have completed the AP Course Audit in their subject and currently be teaching the course.
- Have experience with, and detailed knowledge of, the program– such experience may include, service as a Test Development Committee member, Item Writer, Course Audit Reviewer, or Academic Advisory Committee member.
- Be able to show evidence of continuing education in their area of expertise (e.g., recent coursework, membership in professional organizations, attendance/presentations/exhibits at professional conferences).
- Commit to fulfilling the mission and goals of the College Board as a workshop consultant.
- Have participated in a College Board-sponsored professional development event (one-day public workshops, AP Annual Conference, AP Summer Institute, Regional Forum, etc.).
- Be able to successfully integrate current technology and relevant resources into workshop presentations.
In preparation for 2020, we are not taking any additional applications at this time. We will reopen the application process in January 2020.
For any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.