Teach for OLLI
Share Your Knowledge and Passions with OLLI!
OLLI's classroom offerings are largely composed of courses, OLLI Talks, and walking tours and can be facilitated in-person or online via Zoom. Most of our courses are 5-6 weeks, meeting once per week for 1.5 hours. OLLI Talks are one-time presentations or workshops held usually around the lunch hour. Walking tours consist of a well-researched tour of a neighborhood or location in and around Boston and the south shore.
Proposal Process. OLLI welcomes proposals for courses, OLLI Talks, and walking tours from volunteers who would like to share their knowledge and passion for various topics and places. If you would like to facilitate a weekly course or give a presentation or walking tour, we would love to hear from you! In general, we accept proposals for the Spring semester late September-early November; and for the Fall term, proposals are submitted late February-early April.
Please submit your proposal through our online submission form. Now Accepting Spring 2024 Program Proposals. Deadline: November 6.
Questions about the process or a potential topic? Please email those questions to email@example.com.
A proposal form guide is also available to assist with filling out the online form.
OLLI Scholar Program for UMass Boston Graduate Students
Current UMass Boston Graduate Students can apply to teach a 5-6 week non-credit course in your area of study or a related area. This is an opportunity to gain teaching experience with a friendly audience. See OLLI Scholar Fact Sheet for more information and use the above links to submit a proposal. Please remember to indicate that you are a graduate student on the form.