Laura Choi, CSM
Have you considered being a private music teacher? I am a music teacher on the weekends, and given the COVID crisis currently teach via Zoom (typically I drive to my families' homes to teach in person). Teaching privately is so fulfilling, and gives you a 1:1 feel vs. teaching a classroom without as much touch points with individual students. The other benefit to teaching privately is that you can supplement income from another job, should you want to pursue more than just art, or drama, or music (sounds like you are multi-talented!). I set my teaching schedule with the parents of my students, and generally we try to be flexible and accommodate our respective schedules. To get started teaching privately, I recommend:
Laura recommends the following next steps:
You need to practise more and try to find the strength of yourself.
Then try to ask your friends and family for suggestions.
At the end, you need to improve your presentation skills to a big group of people.
jamie recommends the following next steps:
M Denise’s Answer
combination of speech and communications classes and education courses to be certified as a teacher. In your last year, you have to intern (observe) a teacher in the classroom for a semester, then you have to student teach. You are assigned an experience teacher, and you teach her classes while she observes every day for 8 weeks. So in your case, you would take art music and drama courses, and education to be certified as a teacher. I advise you to choose a subject you are passionate about, and to be sure you are passionate about teaching young people. We need good teachers, and students deserve teachers that are willing to work hard and give them their best.
M Denise recommends the following next steps: