There are several opportunities for students to get involved with adult and community education through the University. Please consult the list below for a brief overview of some of your options.
Graham School of General Studies
The University's Graham School of General Studies offers a wide array of credit and non-credit courses for enrichment and professional development. Advanced graduate students should contact the Graham School directly for information about teaching opportunities.
LGBTQ Mentoring Program offers graduate students a critical role in sharing their personal and professional experiences with an undergraduate in the College.
Neighborhood Schools Program
The Neighborhood Schools Program hires University of Chicago undergraduate and graduate students to assist grammar and high school teachers in over fifty parochial, private, and public schools surrounding the University of Chicago. Students may be asked to tutor students, help prepare lessons, grade papers, or lead discussions under the teacher's supervision.