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Teach Art at the Hallberg Center for the Arts

Impact lives like only a Teacher can do...

Teach at the Hallberg Center for the Arts

Interested in teaching painting, drawing, music, acting, or some other artistic medium?  Here's where you submit your request.

The Hallberg Center for the Arts has two classrooms to host instructors who have a class they'd like to teach.  The Hallberg Center for the Arts takes course instruction very seriously, ensuring that classes being offered are well planned, with defined objectives, and being offered by qualified artists.  Potential instructors are required to submit to criminal background checks, through the same company that performs background checks for teachers in Forest Lake, White Bear Lake, and Stillwater.  

Instructors are not employees or volunteers.  They are considered independent contractors, and have an opportunity to earn some money, based on class registrations and prices.

Instructors will need to sign all necessary paperwork before being considered (see forms below)


Additional Things To Do...

If the course is accepted, you will be asked to set up an interview and sign and return the following forms:

We will need to do a background check on you for the safety of our students and volunteers.

WACAC Background Check Authorization (for preliminary check)

WACAC Participation, Image, & Likeness Release Form

WACAC Independent Contractor Agreement

Federal Form W9