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Create your class, market to your social networks with referral links, and engage students with feedback and event challenges.

Brad Woodard, Designer

Brad has taught over 3,000 students in his class, Learn the Ins and Outs of Illustrator

Young Guru, Producer & Engineer

Media outlets like CNN have recognized Guru's engineering philosophy and lessons.

Katie Rodgers, Fashion Illustrator

Thousands of projects have been created in Katie's fashion illustrator classes.

Why Skillshare?

"We can extract educational value all around us. That's the beauty of Skillshare."

"I partnered with Skillshare because I think it's really the best online forum for learning design."

  • Who can teach on Skillshare?

    Anyone can apply to teach on Skillshare and all applications are reviewed against our Class and Teacher Guidelines. However, to ensure the highest quality of classes for our students, we do not accept all applications to become a teacher on Skillshare.

  • What type of equipment do I need?

    There are many easy, low-cost tools to create your own Skillshare class, including those recommend in the Teacher Help Center. At minimum, you’ll need equipment to record video and audio for your video lessons.

  • What's included in a Skillshare class?

    All Skillshare classes have a minimum of 45 minutes of video content, broken into 4-9 minute videos. A written guide accompanying your videos and walk students through your project is also highly recommended, though not mandatory.

  • What is a class project?

    Every class has a project, to give students a real world application of the skill you are teaching. Every student’s project should be unique, but teachers should also provide a general set of guidelines to help students through the project.

  • What types of classes are accepted?

    We allow a wide variety of classes that fall in over twenty categories, including Advertising, Business, Design, Fashion, Film, Food & Drink, Photography, Publishing, Technology, Television, and Writing.