BECOME A TEACHER AT SACRED LIGHTS

The world is in need of your heart and wisdom

Sacred Lights Collective is a digital platform + virtual community brings spiritual seekers and teachers together to forward awareness, deepen wisdom, and strengthen the spiritual practices meant to awaken the heart of humanity and contribute to the wellbeing of all.

Sacred Lights Faculty embody qualities of authenticity, awareness, depth, humility, integrity, generosity, compassion, and spiritual wisdom. Our faculty are actively living their spiritual truth in their actions, choices, and purpose. 

We are not looking for perfect, enlightened beings. We are not looking for teachers who are focused on material gain or fame.

We are seeking teachers who are called to share their humanity, wisdom, and skills in service for our collective upliftment. 

Sacred Lights Collective offers courses, workshops, classes – all accessible through our virtual community to foster personal and shared spiritual transformation. 

We welcome innovative, holistic education at the convergence of scholarship and mysticism. 

Courses are requested in the following areas:

Ritual & Ceremony – teach ritual and ceremonial practices.

Healing & Helping – support others on their spiritual journey 

Creativity & Sacred Arts – explore sacred arts and music and dance 

Personal Transformation – grow and transform with like-minded souls.

Consciousness and Spiritual Study – share knowledge from mystical traditions and spiritual practices.

If you know someone who might make a good teacher for Sacred Lights, please share this page with them or connect us by emailing teach@sacredlightscollective.com

We welcome innovative, holistic education at the convergence of scholarship and mysticism. 

Courses are requested in the following areas:

Ritual & Ceremony – teach ritual and ceremonial practices.

Healing & Helping – support others on their spiritual journey 

Creativity & Sacred Arts – explore sacred arts and music and dance 

Personal Transformation – grow and transform with like-minded souls.

Consciousness and Spiritual Study – share knowledge from mystical traditions and spiritual practices.

If you know someone who might make a good teacher for Sacred Lights, please share this page with them or connect us by emailing teach@sacredlightscollective.com

Q & A

What are the benefits to joining Sacred Lights Collective as faculty?
  • You can focus on your purpose to help others
  • You are supported with marketing, public relations, course development, and technology
  • You make passive income with more personal freedom and time to pursue for interests
  • You have high-integrity partners who are aligned with your core beliefs 
  • You are in association with exceptional faculty with a shared spiritual mission
  • You can expand your audience with dedicated practitioners that value your gifts
  • You will be a leader an community of like-minded souls
  • You have the opportunity to meet your potential on a global, digital platform
How do I join Sacred Lights Collective as a faculty member?

Submission date for February launch is on or before 3/20/22. 

We are calling in new faculty who are passionate, knowledgable, aligned with our values, spiritually empowered, and seeking to expand their brand presence. If you feel inspired to help others with Sacred Lights Collective, we invite you to apply below. 

We ask interested candidates to:

1) Read through the Q&A to get informed

2) Connect with us by emailing teach@sacredlightscollective.com

3) Select a course type and submit an application.

All proposals and content submissions will be peer-reviewed before being accepted.

Not the right time? Sign up here and we will keep you updated about future opportunities.

What types of submissions does Sacred Lights Collective accept?

We accept proposals in two categories – courses and community offerings. 

Courses are pre-recorded or live with 4-6 content hours. 

Community offerings are classes, groups, and specialty workshops.

COURSE OPTIONS

Pre-recorded Courses

Courses are designed to be 4-6 weeks with a minimum of: 

  • 4-hour video content (up to 6)
  • 4 or more exercises, practices, and follow up activities (up to 6)

Unedited pre-recorded video content and course materials are to be submitted to teach@sacredlightscollective.com.  Unedited videos will be branded and put on the Sacred Lights Collective website. Content will need 4-6 weeks for processing before going live.

Live Courses

To be considered for a live course, teachers must have online teaching experience and be established in their field. 

Live courses are similar to pre-recorded courses in format. The main difference is that each class meeting will be live for teachers and students to interact in real time.

COMMUNITY OFFERING OPTIONS

Classes

Classes are one-hour sessions that repeat monthly, weekly, or biweekly on a day and time of the instructors’ choosing. Proposals with shorter or longer class durations will be considered. Teachers should have experience in their area of offering. 

Groups

Groups are discussion or process centered. Groups are one-hour sessions that repeat monthly, weekly, or biweekly classes on the day and time of instructors choosing. 

Discussion groups can be participant-driven or expert-driven. 

Example: Multifaith discussion panel

Process groups should have a central theme. 

Example: Empath Support Group. 

To be considered for group offerings, facilitators should have experience leading groups. 

Special Workshops

Workshops are live, interactive, and experiential for a duration of 2-4 in total. They can be offered monthly or quarterly. 

*The final schedule is subject to availability for all community offerings and live courses. 

What are the specifications for pre-recorded courses?

Courses are designed to be 4-6 weeks with a minimum of: 

  • 4-hour video content (up to 6)
  • 4 or more exercises, practices, and follow up activities (up to 6)

Unedited pre-recorded video content and course materials are to be submitted to projects@katesiner.com, so that they can be branded and put on the site. Submission date for February launch is on or before 3/20/22. Content will need 4-6 weeks for processing before going live.

What are the specifications for live courses?

To be considered for a live course teachers must have online teaching experience and be established in their field.

What are the specifications for community classes and workshops?

Classes one hour monthly, weekly or biweekly classes on day and time of instructors choosing. 

Workshops can be offered monthly or quarterly.

How are SLC faculty paid for our offerings?

Teachers are paid monthly based on class purchase.

•  People who bring more people to the network will be eligible for a % increase as we go forward. 

•  Courses are given a set price based on duration

•  33% pays for backend costs and administration

•  22% pays for community holding and development

•  44% goes directly to the teacher

•  1% goes to charity/scholarships

Class instructors will be paid $5 per paying member in attendance. Workshop instructors will be paid $5 per person per hour of workshop.

Promotions: 

Initial free month membership and discounted courses will be offered to build community membership. Students who sign on for paid membership after the initial free month will be counted toward commissions. Courses purchased will be paid at 44% of the payment received factoring in promotional discounts.

What are the qualities of Sacred Lights Faculty?

Teachers, guides, and facilitators are in alignment with our values (link to about us page) and will live and continue to develop toward the following as a representative of the Sacred Lights Collective: 

Support: We work as a team to uplift and support fellow faculty and students. We direct our attention and effort toward our collective mission to help fellow seekers, rather than personal gain at the expense of others. 

Balance: We create an equitable exchange for energy output and financial reward. We do not take advantage of another’s labor.

Contribution: We are inspired to offer our gifts and efforts to make this project a success.

Integrity: We live our spiritual truth and model authenticity with our actions. I take personal responsibility for my reality, and communicate with honesty, compassion, and humility.  

Empowerment: We believe that each person’s spiritual authority is his or herself. There is no doctrine or teacher whose spiritual teaching trumps the inner knowing of each individual. We teach in ways that do not infringe on this authority.*

*Overlays, top down, and fear-based approaches, and oppressive language are minimized in favor of emergent, organic, inclusive and internally strengthening approaches.

Respect: We recognize that each person is in a sacred evolutionary process. We trust in their unique process and honor their choices, beliefs, stories, and ways of being. We are thoughtful with our words and actions in consideration of ourselves and others.

Transparency: We are honest and transparent in our intentions and motivations. 

Diversity: We honor diversity with empathy, compassion, representation, and acknowledgment. We strive to foster belonging and empowerment.

Click here to read more about our vision, mission, and values.

Q & A

What are the benefits to joining Sacred Lights Collective as faculty?
  • You can focus on your purpose to help others
  • You are supported with marketing, public relations, course development, and technology
  • You make passive income with more personal freedom and time to pursue for interests
  • You have high-integrity partners who are aligned with your core beliefs 
  • You are in association with exceptional faculty with a shared spiritual mission
  • You can expand your audience with dedicated practitioners that value your gifts
  • You will be a leader an community of like-minded souls
  • You have the opportunity to meet your potential on a global, digital platform
How do I join Sacred Lights Collective as a faculty member?

Submission date for February launch is on or before 3/20/22. 

We are calling in new faculty who are passionate, knowledgable, aligned with our values, spiritually empowered, and seeking to expand their brand presence. If you feel inspired to help others with Sacred Lights Collective, we invite you to apply below. 

We ask interested candidates to:

1) Read through the Q&A to get informed

2) Connect with us by emailing teach@sacredlightscollective.com

3) Select a course type and submit an application.

All proposals and content submissions will be peer-reviewed before being accepted.

Not the right time? Sign up here and we will keep you updated about future opportunities.

What types of submissions does Sacred Lights Collective accept?

We accept proposals in two categories – courses and community offerings. 

Courses are pre-recorded or live with 4-6 content hours. 

Community offerings are classes, groups, and specialty workshops.

COURSE OPTIONS

Pre-recorded Courses

Courses are designed to be 4-6 weeks with a minimum of: 

  • 4-hour video content (up to 6)
  • 4 or more exercises, practices, and follow up activities (up to 6)

Unedited pre-recorded video content and course materials are to be submitted to teach@sacredlightscollective.com.  Unedited videos will be branded and put on the Sacred Lights Collective website. Content will need 4-6 weeks for processing before going live.

Live Courses

To be considered for a live course, teachers must have online teaching experience and be established in their field. 

Live courses are similar to pre-recorded courses in format. The main difference is that each class meeting will be live for teachers and students to interact in real time.

COMMUNITY OFFERING OPTIONS

Classes

Classes are one-hour sessions that repeat monthly, weekly, or biweekly on a day and time of the instructors’ choosing. Proposals with shorter or longer class durations will be considered. Teachers should have experience in their area of offering. 

Groups

Groups are discussion or process centered. Groups are one-hour sessions that repeat monthly, weekly, or biweekly classes on the day and time of instructors choosing. 

Discussion groups can be participant-driven or expert-driven. 

Example: Multifaith discussion panel

Process groups should have a central theme. 

Example: Empath Support Group. 

To be considered for group offerings, facilitators should have experience leading groups. 

Special Workshops

Workshops are live, interactive, and experiential for a duration of 2-4 in total. They can be offered monthly or quarterly. 

*The final schedule is subject to availability for all community offerings and live courses. 

What are the specifications for pre-recorded courses?

Courses are designed to be 4-6 weeks with a minimum of: 

  • 4-hour video content (up to 6)
  • 4 or more exercises, practices, and follow up activities (up to 6)

Unedited pre-recorded video content and course materials are to be submitted to projects@katesiner.com, so that they can be branded and put on the site. Submission date for February launch is on or before 3/20/22. Content will need 4-6 weeks for processing before going live.

What are the specifications for live courses?

To be considered for a live course teachers must have online teaching experience and be established in their field.

What are the specifications for community classes and workshops?

Classes one hour monthly, weekly or biweekly classes on day and time of instructors choosing. 

Workshops can be offered monthly or quarterly.

How are SLC faculty paid for our offerings?

Teachers are paid monthly based on class purchase.

•  People who bring more people to the network will be eligible for a % increase as we go forward. 

•  Courses are given a set price based on duration

•  33% pays for backend costs and administration

•  22% pays for community holding and development

•  44% goes directly to the teacher

•  1% goes to charity/scholarships

Class instructors will be paid $5 per paying member in attendance. Workshop instructors will be paid $5 per person per hour of workshop.

Promotions: 

Initial free month membership and discounted courses will be offered to build community membership. Students who sign on for paid membership after the initial free month will be counted toward commissions. Courses purchased will be paid at 44% of the payment received factoring in promotional discounts.

What are the qualities of Sacred Lights Faculty?

Teachers, guides, and facilitators are in alignment with our values (link to about us page) and will live and continue to develop toward the following as a representative of the Sacred Lights Collective: 

Support: We work as a team to uplift and support fellow faculty and students. We direct our attention and effort toward our collective mission to help fellow seekers, rather than personal gain at the expense of others. 

Balance: We create an equitable exchange for energy output and financial reward. We do not take advantage of another’s labor.

Contribution: We are inspired to offer our gifts and efforts to make this project a success.

Integrity: We live our spiritual truth and model authenticity with our actions. I take personal responsibility for my reality, and communicate with honesty, compassion, and humility.  

Empowerment: We believe that each person’s spiritual authority is his or herself. There is no doctrine or teacher whose spiritual teaching trumps the inner knowing of each individual. We teach in ways that do not infringe on this authority.*

*Overlays, top down, and fear-based approaches, and oppressive language are minimized in favor of emergent, organic, inclusive and internally strengthening approaches.

Respect: We recognize that each person is in a sacred evolutionary process. We trust in their unique process and honor their choices, beliefs, stories, and ways of being. We are thoughtful with our words and actions in consideration of ourselves and others.

Transparency: We are honest and transparent in our intentions and motivations. 

Diversity: We honor diversity with empathy, compassion, representation, and acknowledgment. We strive to foster belonging and empowerment.

Click here to read more about our vision, mission, and values.