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WEB (Weekday Eastside Bridge)

Yearbook/ Creative Writing Instructor

WEB (Weekday Eastside Bridge)


Job Summary

Join a vibrant, diverse organization devoted to educating middle and high school students.

WEB’s mission is to prepare and equip homeschooled middle and high school students for ongoing academic success by providing quality, secular instruction in a nurturing environment that encourages community-building and family involvement. WEB was founded in 2013 and currently serves more than 100 students.

Job Responsibilities

WEB is seeking an instructor for Yearbook/ Creative Writing.

Course Description: In this class, students will conduct interviews, write short articles, and work as members of a dynamic editorial team to create the WEB yearbook. Students will spend time working on their writing skills both in class and out. For creative writing, they will study the structure of story as well as character and plot development and how important they are to a good story. The primary work of this course will be writing, with occasional reading to introduce topics and promote creativity.

Class Recommended for Grades: 5-8

The instructor will teach one class per week, manage assignments on Google Classroom, communicate with parents and students about the class and assignments, and oversee the publication of the WEB yearbook.


  • Classroom experience
  • Love of middle schoolers and/or high schoolers
  • Expertise in subject matter
  • Teaching certification not required

Additional Information



How to Apply

Send resume and letter of inquiry to Senae Smith:


  • Date Posted: June 13, 2022
  • Type: Part-Time
  • Job Function: Educator
  • Service Area: Education
  • Salary Range: $2,320 per semester, $4,640 per course; paid monthly
  • Working Hours: Thursdays 12:45-2:30 PM