The University of Arkansas at Hope Texarkana is gearing up for their popular summer program, the UAHT Kids' College this summer. If you have teaching experience and want to be a part of this successful program then they are looking for you!


Teaching proposals for Kids’ College at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana are being accepted now.

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If you have prior teaching experience now is the time to submit your detailed class proposal for each age group, week, and class you wish to teach. This must be completed by the end of business day on Tuesday, March 22.

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According to a press release, class topics will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis from proposals as they are received. Applicants must be team players and have prior teaching experience. A teaching license is preferred, but not required.

 You can submit your proposals to:

 Here are the Kids’ College dates and times for Summer 2022.

June 6-9 – Hope Campus

Morning session: 8 AM – 12 PM. This session will be for kids entering 1st and 2nd grade. There will only be 6-10 students per class.

The afternoon session will be 1PM – 5PM. This one will be for kids entering the 3rd and 4th grade with a maximum of 12 to 15 students per class.

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June 13-16 – Hope Campus

Only one session this week from  8 AM – 12 PM. This one will be for students entering 5th and 6th grade. A maximum of 6 to 10 students per class

 The Last week of the Kids' College will be held  June 27-30 – Texarkana Campus


These classes will be held from  8 AM – 12 PM. This will be for kids entering 1st grade through the 4th grade, with 6 to10 students per class.

You can find out more information and submit your proposal be contacting Racie Poindexter at (870) 722-8568 or

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