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  • #85941
    harp guy
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    Hi everyone,

    I was wondering how any of you acquired students. I am sure there is a thread on here about this, but I can’t find the search function on here. : /

    I recently

    #85942
    renate-kvalsvik
    Participant

    I might be teaching my younger brother soon, but I’m a bit nervous about it as I’m only a student myself.

    #85943
    kay-lister
    Member

    Good Morning All,

    Any students I have now or have had, were sent to me by MY teacher. For whatever reason (distance, schedule …).

    #85944
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    The search function was removed because it was causing the site to crash. To search, just go to google and type in whatever you’re looking for and harpcolumn, and you will get results, so that is definitely one place to look.

    #85945
    janelle-lake
    Participant

    Hi Harp Guy,

    #85946

    Hi harp guy;
    In my area, the recession caused the state and city to need more money to keep education at a good level; certain enrichment programs were cut. In elementary schools I noticed the Parent Teacher Associations are organizing yearly auctions now, to pay for field trips, specialized programs, and so on. A yearly auction can bring close to $100,000. to some schools here, when parents, teachers, and even students work hard to make it happen. A web site is put up, flyers are printed and distributed, and merchants donate goods. A music teacher needing students can offer with a printed certificate (worth perhaps $150. or less) some free lessons. If they enjoy your lessons and the parents see the benefit and can support continuing with you at your regular fee, you have a new student!. Simply phone school secretaries to find out if there is such an auction, and the deadline for submitting your donation of the gift certificate.

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