Professional Learning

Become an AP Workshop Consultant

Share your expertise with colleagues and exchange ideas with talented educators. Applications open on September 1 each year.

Priority Subjects

We are prioritizing the following subjects for the 2023 AP workshop consultant training:

  • African American Studies* 
  • Biology 
  • Calculus 
  • Chemistry 
  • English Language and Composition 
  • English Literature and Composition 

 

  • Environmental Science 
  • French Language and Culture 
  • Human Geography 
  • Precalculus* 
  • Physics 
  • Statistics 

 

*The deadline to apply for AP African American Studies and AP Precalculus training in February 2023 has passed.

Why Become an AP Workshop Consultant?

Join 900+ Educators

Meet and exchange ideas with talented educators from across the nation.

Share Your Expertise

Share best practices and promote innovation and excellence in your field.

Support Your Colleagues

Join 59% of your fellow AP teachers who have attended an AP workshop. 

Get Compensated

Expenses, lodging, and meals are covered, in addition to an honorarium.

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How to Apply

Applications are accepted September—December each year. Invitations are sent the following March.

Application materials include:

  • Your résumé or CV
  • A video (8–10 minutes in length)
  • A current AP Course Audit syllabus or equivalent syllabus for your college-level course

Applicant Requirements

Here's what you need to become an AP workshop consultant.

Experience

  • Current AP course-authorized teacher or a current active higher education faculty member who has taught at least one semester of the comparable AP course in the last three years
  • Experience facilitating both online and in person

  • Previous participation in at least one AP professional learning event, such as an AP Summer Institute, an AP workshop, or the AP Annual Conference (preferred)

  • Recent AP reader experience in the subject (preferred)

Knowledge

  • Knowledge of College Board systems and the AP Program

  • Able to successfully integrate current technology and relevant resources, including integrating AP Classroom into workshops and institutes

  • Able to discuss curriculum adjustments and instructional strategies that will help to recruit and retain underrepresented students

  • Able to commit to fulfilling the mission and goals of College Board as an AP workshop consultant

Training Process

If you receive an invitation to become an AP workshop consultant, you'll meet your peer advisor in June and begin training in July.

Questions?

Contact us if you need more information.