HOPE EDUCATION PROGRAM

Apply to teach classes in the Hope Education Program!

As someone who has volunteered to help these girls for over 5 years including teaching classes, I understand first-hand the importance of the talent of those who wish to share their expertise and knowledge on a regular basis. The rewards of teaching middle school and coaching many years ago were always good, but when you literally see one of these amazing young women grasp a new concept or even demonstrate it back to you as a new skill, you will feel the amazing blessings of being a leader, teacher and coach.

JoAnna Shipe Mentor Teams Coordinator

The average survivor we serve will spend 1,250 hours in Hope Education classes

Like all things that we do for survivors, we are reaching for a very high level of quality in our classes as well as creating excitement with our residents to learn and grow in their lives.

We are currently putting together a new educational curriculum and would love to see any proposals for outlines and class goals broken down in a weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis.

What Is Teaching Like For Trafficking Survivors?

As Residents graduate or take full-time jobs/school full-time, please understand that repetition is welcome and warranted! 

Like all things that we do at PDC, we are reaching up for a very high level of quality in our classes as well as creating excitement with our Residents to learn and grow in their lives.

We are currently putting together a new educational curriculum and would love to see any proposals for outlines and class goals broken down in a weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis.

As Residents graduate or take full-time jobs/school full-time, please understand that repetition is welcome and warranted! 

Our recommendation is that you have a course outline that repeats itself every quarter in some form so that new Residents receive everything your class offers. 

Those who hear it more than once will simply be doubly blessed with the knowledge so don’t worry about teaching the same lessons too often.

How to Apply To Be A Teacher

Fill Out The Teacher Application Form

Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch with the next steps. We’ll also be available to answer any questions you may have about the Hope Teaching Program commitment. We know that agreeing to teach classes is a serious commitment and we want to get you all the information you need to make the commitment. 

Phone Interview With Education Program Representative

We take the safety and security of the survivors we serve seriously, and we know you’ll appreciate that. With that commitment come’s a phone interview screening, background checks, and training events that you’ll need to attend. 

Upload Your Class Information and Education Plan for Review

Please be as detailed as you can when you fill out the application below. We want to make sure that your class gets matched up exactly with the right group of survivors as well as the right time in the context of the other classes that are happening on campus. 

Attend Orientation and Get Scheduled and Start Teaching Classes!

At this step in the process, we’ll be ready to link you up with your classroom of survivors and start the process of introducing you to the survivor you’ll be working with. We work hard to make sure that every teacher is the best fit for each of the survivor classes we offer. 

Apply To Teach In The Hope Education Program

Please fill out this application completely, even if it means printing it off and coming back later to complete this form.

And, please allow up to 1 business week for us to thoroughly review your application and get back to you.

Thank you again!