Want to be a Workshop/Class Instructor?


SCRAP need YOU to provide a Class or Workshop!

SCRAP is always looking for people to teach workshops and classes. If you enjoy working with children or adults, and can successfully and patiently teach them how to make fun, creative projects with reclaimed materials, we may have a place for you.

Classes can take place during the day or evening, weekdays or weekend. Multi-session class and drop-in workshop proposals are welcome.

Please complete the form below to start the process. We will be in touch within a week to talk with you about your proposal. If we believe your proposal is a good fit for SCRAP’s mission and audience, we will ask for more detailed information from you, and send you an instructor agreement and more information on conducting classes at SCRAP.

SCRAP does not pay instructors, but takes a portion of earnings from class fees. We help promote classes and provide a sign-up web page for participants. While SCRAP will promote your class in our newsletter and social media, the most successful instructors actively promote their classes to friends and fans.

First Name

Last Name

Your phone number
Please provide your daytime phone number.

Your email

Class Title
What is the title of your class? For example, "Sewing with Susie," or "Fun with Beads," or "Mosaic Decorative Panels."

Please provide a detailed description of your class or workshop. ?

Who will take this class?

When will this class be given? ?

What time of day will this class take place? ?

Cost to participants?
Enter the cost per person for this class.
Use numbers only. Do not enter a dollar sign ($).

What materials will this class use? ?
Please list the types of materials needed for this class.
Any materials avaialble at SCRAP are provided at no cost, but the instructor is responsible for selecting and collecting those materials. Any additional materials not found at SCRAP must be provided from alternative sources. SCRAP will not be responsible for the cost of any additional materials or tools needed for your class.
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