Mary Kate McDevitt created her first very first class in 2013. Since then, she has changed thousands of lives, including her own, by teaching nearly 50,000 students.Read More
Teaching on Skillshare has given Jake Bartlett the financial stability and freedom to launch his freelance career and spend his time working on the things he loves most.Read More
Jack Zerby attributes his career to time spent learning from great mentors. Today, he's able to give back as a mentor to thousands of Skillshare students.Read More
Want to learn how to design your first class? Check out our best practices for getting started.Learn More
Create written tutorials, host an AMA, or schedule a workshop to attract more students and boost project creation.Learn More
Skillshare teachers earn $3,500 per year on average based on the number of enrollments your classes get.Learn More
Anyone can teach a class. As long as your class adheres to our Publishing Guidelines, it can be published on Skillshare.
Skillshare classes fall into a wide variety of topics, including Crafts, Culinary, Design, DIY, Entrepreneurship, Film, Fashion, Gaming, Music, Photography, Technology, Writing, and Creativity. We built Skillshare for creative people around the world.
Skillshare classes include a combination of video lessons and a class project. A typical class has around 30 minutes to 1 hour of video lessons. Skillshare classes are all pre-recorded and self-paced.
Think of it as a really fun and engaging homework assignment! Skillshare classes give students the opportunity to learn skills by flexing their creative muscles on a fun project. To be successful, don’t teach a broad, academic topic. Teaching is way easier than that: walk students through a project you’ve done that you’re passionate about sharing.
Skillshare has a Partner Program where you'll have the opportunity to earn money through our royalty pool. Plus, you'll be compensated for new Members you bring to Skillshare through your Teacher Referral link. Learn More.