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Contract Classes Instructors

The City of Huntington Beach's Community Services Department is always looking for quality, dedicated instructors to offer a variety of programs to our residents and surrounding community.

A Contract Instructor is an independent contractor for the City (Contract Instructors are not employees) who provides a service to the community in the form of a class, workshop, or camp. Those interested in becoming an instructor must complete the Contract Instructor Application and submit it to the City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department.

Interested in teaching a Contract Class for the City of Huntington Beach?

The best candidates for contract class instruction are those whom combine a sincere interest in community service with a desire to supplement their existing income.

Contract Instructors do not rent the City facilities. However, a portion of the fees collected are retained by the City to cover facility usage, registration, administration, and promotion of classes in the SANDS Recreation Guide.

The City's payment split for contract classes is 70/30 for instructional classes and 60/40 for Art Center classes.

Interested Instructors are asked to provide the following:

You will be contacted if we would like to move forward with your proposal.

New Contract Class Instructors required documents include:

If your application is accepted, you will need to complete the following documents:

Existing Contract Class Instructor Forms:

Due to print deadlines and internal vetting processes, applications must be submitted approximately nine months in advance. Please review the timelines below.

HB Sands Edition Date Range of Classes Held Proposals Due
Summer 2020 June to September January 1, 2020
Fall 2020 September to January March 1, 2020
Winter 2020/2021 January to March July 1, 2020
Spring 2021* March to June September 1, 2020
*Summer preview

More information:

Please review these tips before submitting an application:


Codi Tennessen
Recreation Specialist
[email protected]

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City of Huntington Beach
Community Services
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA
Phone: (714) 536-5486
Fax: (714) 374-1654
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