1. Lecturing with LLeaP
    1. Our Program
    2. What is Involved
    3. Get in Touch

Lecturing with LLeaP

Are you an experienced lecturer with interest in sharing knowledge about your field of study? Teaching with LLeaP may be right for you.

Our Program


We work with Carleton and non-Carleton experts with previous university-level teaching experience (some exceptions may apply).


Each session features lecture and workshop series ranging from history, arts, and social sciences, to mathematics and natural sciences. Our delivery formats include online and in-person, both on and off Carleton’s main campus. Click here to learn more about our past offerings.


Our program typically runs six-week sessions in the Fall, Winter and Spring. Each session features lecture and workshop series that run once a week for 2 hours.

Early Spring: ~ March-April Early Fall: ~ Sept-Oct Winter: ~ Feb-March
Late Spring: ~ April-May Late Fall: ~ Nov-Dec


For the love of learning and teaching. We offer lecturers the opportunity to teach specialized topics of interest in their preferred teaching style to people who truly want to learn. The best part? No assignments or grading.

What is Involved

Requirements: Specialization in an academic field of study, previous university-level teaching experience (some exceptions may apply), comfortability teaching large groups, and a formal proposal for six weeks of structured academic content.

Hiring: After reviewing all proposals, our team will reach out to schedule an interview. We hire successful candidates via contract at the regular rate of pay for teaching.

Support: We provide both pre-session and in-session support for lecturers (i.e., lecturer guides, student support teams, email and phone support, etc.).

Get in Touch

Proposal Forms: Our formal call for proposals is currently closed.

General Expression of Interest: Please fill in this form.

Please note that while we try to respond to all inquiries in a timely manner, submissions outside of our call for proposals may not be addressed immediately due to high volumes. We thank you for your interest in the Lifelong Learning Program, and hope to hear from you soon.