How to Register
Use our search tool to locate an AP workshop or Summer Institute in your subject area or zip code, and then follow the instructions on the individual pages to register. Registering three weeks in advance of an in-person workshop qualifies you to receive the early bird discount.
Led by College Board-Endorsed AP Consultants, our workshops can help you to:
- Make equitable access a guiding principle in your school’s AP program
- Prepare your students for success in college-level courses
- Develop instructional approaches that align with the goals of AP
- Identify the tasks and materials for which students might need more preparation
- Draft a syllabus that meets the curricular requirements for the course
- Successfully coordinate your schools’ AP Exam administration
Registration is open to anyone interested in attending these workshops designed to help teachers, coordinators, and administrators develop and deepen their programs to prepare students for the rigors of college.
Private workshops are delivered to specific customers, such as a school or district, and they determine who will attend. For example, a district might sponsor a private workshop for all of its AP World History teachers.
To schedule a private workshop, contact your district representative or email your College Board Regional Office for further assistance.
- Midwest Regional Office
- Middle States Regional Office
- New England Regional Office
- Southern Regional Office
- Southwest Regional Office
- Western Regional Office
College Board-Endorsed AP Workshop Consultants
All AP workshops are led by consultants who are endorsed by the College Board. Learn what it takes to become an AP workshop consultant.
Endorsed Providers of AP Computer Science Principles
In order to ensure that schools, teachers, and students have additional high-quality options for implementing AP Computer Science Principles, the College Board endorses curriculum and professional development delivered by a limited number of organizations. In order to be an endorsed provider, an organization needs to demonstrate that its curriculum and professional development are aligned to the AP Computer Science Principles course and exam. Find out more.