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Re: Becoming a Dance Teacher
Posted by Wanabee Teacher
4/21/2008  5:36:00 AM
Thank you for your helpful comments.

I have no ambition to teach youngsters, or to be involved in the competitive dance scene, but to teach and promote social dancing, so my expectation is to work with mostly people in middle age or the active retired (it would be nicer to see a wider age range in the social dancing community, but I can't change the way things are...).

I would be interested to read any other comments, particularly from anyone who might have qualified in recent times under the current IDTA Modular examination system.
Re: Becoming a Dance Teacher
Posted by Yuriy
4/21/2008  5:21:00 PM
Dear Friend,

We are looking for Ballroom Dance teachers to work part/full time in a dance studio in Dutchess County, New York USA. If you are interested or know some one who is, please send us an email back or fax a resume (845) 297-2759.

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