CREATE Clubs Teacher Portal

CREATE Clubs
for
Teachers

Apply to Teach with CREATE Clubs
CREATE Clubs Teacher Portal

CREATE CLUBS
​FOR 
​TEACHERS

Apply to Teach with CREATE Clubs
"Outside of your parents, who's had the greatest positive impact in your life?" 
When we asked young adults this question, the most common answer was a teacher or a mentor.
Teachers are on the front lines for student's development. The possibility of making lasting positive impressions on students inspired most teachers to their calling.

What if you had a curriculum designed for helping students process character values that gave them skills to succeed in life and business, and it's fun!?  CREATE Club's is a turn-key curriculum to be turn-key for teachers that feeds them in-time instruction for the entrepreneurship process and leaves room for an individual's style.

What are CREATE Clubs?

CREATE Clubs are weekly, 90-minutes (school year) or 150 minutes (summer intensive), outside of school hours classes that teach entrepreneurship and character development. Each module includes three elements:

  • Games that Teach
  • Real Case Stories to Process Business Competencies and Character Values. (Such as honesty or the decision-making process)
  • Experiential learning (Students form a business and make a profit in two or four months)

Teachers administer the curriculum to students. Mentors, who are selected and vetted through the business community, support the teacher by processing students' ideas in break-out groups of six-to-eight.

Frequently asked questions

We hope to answer the most commonly asked questions below. If we didn't get to yours, please submit a question, and we'll get back to you as quickly as possible.

Curriculum Sample?
Is the position paid?
What about support?
About Mentors
Time Commitment
Curriculum Sample?

May I see a sample of the curriculum?

Click the picture to the left for a sample of the curriculum in written form.  We offer written and video instructions for each module and video training to acquaint you with each lesson's integrated concepts.

Is the position paid?

Do CREATE Clubs Teachers Get Paid?

Absolutely!  Depending on the club's size, the hourly wage or stipend can be similar to coaching a sport or other school-related club. Administering bigger clubs offers considerably more income.  Click the picture on the left to learn how we pay teachers.

What about support?

What about support?

Before you teach your first lesson, we develop a Charter Club Launch Committee from business members in the community.  They help recruit mentors and students for the charter club and organize important details with the selected teacher and mentors. 

Unless you've stumbled upon the CREATE Clubs website, a CREATE Clubs Regional Developer is likely leading the development of the CREATE Club in your community.  RDs are the catalyst behind the Charter Club Launch Committee and have experience working with the curriculum, students, and mentors. 


We've designed the curriculum to be simple to teach; by loading it with videos and case studies.  Your job is to create an inviting and exciting environment, enticing students to return and bring their friends.
About Mentors

Mentors

An essential part of your club will be the mentors. We choose business professionals from your community to volunteer two hours per week with students. We strive for a mentor for every seven students. Mentors will help the students understand the finer points and punctuate the aha moments.  Mentors are highly committed volunteers.
Time Commitment

What kind of commitment?

Weekly classes are 90 minutes during the school year and 150 minutes in the summer.  We ask you to arrive early to help you set up and greet the students. You'll execute the module, clean up, and say, "goodbye."  
 
Unlike coaching a sport, teaching with CREATE Clubs can be a full-year commitment.  You choose the day and time of the week that best fits for you, the mentors', and the students' schedules. As you know, class prep is time-consuming, but we expect 1 hour a week is sufficient. 
Total time ~approx.~ Three hours per week in the summer, two in the school year.
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