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The Academy of Prosocial Learning will post open opportunities for course development, adjunct, and APL Teaching Fellow positions. We are an equal opportunity organization and support applications from all qualified individuals.

Development Opportunities

APL is growing and we welcome you to apply to be part of our organization. We are looking to develop online courses for the following topics:

Humane Education and Pedagogy

  • Classroom Management

  • Camp Programs and Ideas

Prosocial Leadership

  • Developing and Supporting Communication Skills 

  • Emotional Intelligence for Managers

Volunteer Engagement

  • Volunteer Training

  • Volunteer Program Evaluation

  • Volunteer Retention and Acknowledgement

We also accept proposals for courses related to humane and prosocial education, social work and sociology, management and leadership, and self-care. 

If interested in any of the listed opportunities or discussing a proposal with our leadership team, please send the following to

  • letter of interest

  • CV or resume

  • optional: links to or examples of past work 

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APL Teaching Fellow

One APL Teaching Fellow is selected each term. A Fellow is chosen based on both experience and personal commitment to humane pedagogy. Fellow will learn about the field, online teaching techniques, and ways to support positive and constructivist learning. As an APL Teaching Fellow, you will partner with experienced Academy instructors and work as part of the team leading one of the courses in the CHES credentialing program. This opportunity is open to both CHES graduates and those who have not previously completed courses.  Are you ready to make a profound difference as a leader in humane education? If you can say yes, send the following to our Registrar at

  • letter of interest explaining why you are interested in being an APL Fellow

  • a copy of your CV or resume.

Please be sure to  note if you are applying for a fall, winter, summer, or spring term appointment.

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