The Town of Danville offers recreational classes for all ages and abilities on a quarterly basis. The Town is looking for enthusiastic, qualified instructors to teach everything from flower design to sports clinics.
If you are interested in teaching a course the following information is important.
In addition, the following Frequently Asked Questions may be helpful:
Instructors who teach classes for the Town of Danville are independent contractors. The Town offers a 60%/40% split on resident registration fees. Instructors receive 60% of the resident fee after the class is complete.
To apply to teach a class all instructors must complete a Course Proposal for each class and session.If you are a new instructor; you must also complete a New Contract Instructor Application.
Town of Danville instructors are independent contractors. An independent contractor creates their own curriculum, provides their own supplies, and staffs their activity entirely on their own. In addition, they set their own hours and budget and are entirely responsible for submitting an invoice to receive payment. Independent contractors offer a general service to the public and are required to abide by the terms of their contract with the agency for which they are providing the service.
The Town offers classes in four distinct sessions. Instructors must complete a proposal for each session they would like to teach.
Session Deadlines and Dates
Proposal Due Date
Session Start Date
Session End Date
* The Spring Activity Guide also includes the Summer Camps Brochure as an insert. Course proposals for summer camps must be submitted by the Spring proposal deadline.
Danville Community Center
420 Front Street
Danville, CA 94526
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T (925) 314-3400
F (925) 820-2782
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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