Apply to Teach with Women Talk Design
Thank you for your interest in teaching with Women Talk Design. We're always looking for passionate instructors to help us lead our community programs. We're currently looking to build our instructor roster for our 2-hour community workshops.

Before you apply, please read through our "Teach with Us" page (https://womentalkdesign.com/teachwithus) to find out what it means to teach with Women Talk Design.

This application is broken up into three sections: About You, Teaching with Women Talk Design, and Your Engagement with Women Talk Design. It should take about 10 minutes to complete.

We're accepting applications on a rolling basis.We aim to be in touch within two weeks of submitting your application. If you haven't heard from us, please feel free to reach out to contact@womentalkdesign.com to check in.
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What's your full name?
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Tell us about yourself. Please include your work experience, your speaking experience, and any other experience that might be relevant to you teaching with Women Talk Design.
Describe your experience teaching or facilitating workshops.
Representation is a core value of Women Talk Design and it’s important that our instructors are as diverse as our community. We are actively seeking more instructors from historically excluded and marginalized communities (this includes, but is not limited to, women and nonbinary folks who are Black, Brown, Indigenous, multiracial, disabled, neurodiverse, LGBTQIA+, and/or non-native english speakers). We invite you to use this space to share more about the perspective you'll bring to your workshops.
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If you have a website you'd like to share with us so we can learn more about you, please provide the link below.
This could be a personal or professional website, your LinkedIn, or another social media profile.
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