Andrea has the children's market covered - she teaches swimming, music, mommy-and-me movement, musical theater, and is a party entertainer and children's songwriter. Her work stems from activities she did with her family growing up, and ones that she did as a mother with her own kids. She fell into the work she does now mostly by accident, and she only wishes that she had known sooner that the market for this work existed.
Self-enrichment teachers instruct in a variety of subjects that students take for fun or self-improvement, such as music and foreign languages. These classes generally do not lead to a degree or certification, and students take them voluntarily to learn new skills or gain understanding of a subject.
Self-enrichment teachers generally need to have some experience in the field in which they teach. For example, a pottery teacher should have some experience in designing and making pottery. They can get this experience through formal work experience, but they can also get it through volunteer work or personal hobbies. Formal education programs may prefer to hire workers who have some teaching experience.
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