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Volunteer with Curriki

Welcome to Curriki Volunteers, your home for learning about volunteer opportunities and connecting with other Curriki volunteers. Whether you're connected through a business, academic, or community organization, or an individual looking to pitch in, we're glad you're here!

Individual volunteers

If you are new to Curriki, take a look at the FAQ page to learn more about Curriki and why volunteers like you are essential to our work.

Once you are familiar with Curriki, please become a member. Registering as a member enables you to use all of our tools and connect with other volunteers and projects.

Group volunteers

Business, academic, and community organizations can create a special partnership with Curriki to develop materials or support their members. For more information on how your organization can partner with Curriki, send an email to

Sun Microsystems, Curriki's founding company, encourages employees to volunteers and/or donate to Curriki to help educators worldwide.

The National Association of Retired Teachers is a Curriki partner. NRTA members can contribute and review Curriki materials via special partner projects.

Keep up to date

Curriki volunteers will post project information, pod casts and blogs on the Curriki repository. Links to these will be available on this page.

Get Started

Contribute: As a registered user of Curriki, use MyCurriki to add your own material: books, lesson plans, tests, blog, etc. Make your materials available to the Curriki community. Add other Curriki materials to your collection and experiment with the editing tools.

Collaborate: Invite colleagues and friends to join Curriki and work with you on improving materials in the repository or adding new content.

Review: Browse the Curriki repository for subject matter that interests you, read the material, and provide comments via the Curriki reviewer template (coming soon).

Translate: Apply your language skills to translate the pages into another language. Post your translated pages in the repository and send an email to with the information about your work.

Test: New Curriki software releases need beta testers. Email for information on the latest release, new features, and how to provide feedback.

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