# Becoming a Teacher

I set up my account, and I said "no" to becoming a teacher. How do I reverse this and become a teacher?

Note by Bob Joe
5 years ago

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Hi Bob,

If you are in fact a teacher professionally in your day to day life, just shoot me an email at discussions@brilliant.org, tell me about where and what you teach and I will mark you as a techer in our system.

Being designated as a teacher on Brilliant currently means that we might periodically ask your opinion of our site as an educator, and in the future might have features to help you use Brilliant in a classroom setting. As of now, being a teacher user is identical to being anyone else on Brilliant.

Staff - 5 years ago