As a 25-year veteran of the piano instruction profession and current President of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT), Noreen Wenjen understands the importance of not only creating a nurturing environment for music students but also what music teachers need to do to establish a successful music studio with longevity.
In her new book, Two-Year Waitlist: An Entrepreneurial Guide for Music Teachers, Wenjen shares her tried-and-true method of using marketing, technology, and business know-how to grow a two-year wait list for a successful independent music studio. From identifying the value of a music teacher and connecting with students to taxes, fees and running a music school like a business, she shares knowledge and experience to educate other professional music teachers on how they can create an empire that will have students lining up for their expertise.
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"For over two decades, I’ve met many experienced music teachers who have struggled financially because they were not able to fill their private studios with enough students or maintain a steady income throughout the year. I wrote Two-Year Wait List: An Entrepreneurial Guide for Music Teachers to share my marketing knowledge and experience in filling my piano studios to capacity and having a two-year wait list. I hope that this book helps private music teachers of all genres and locations to fill their studios and gain the financial stability and success they deserve."— Noreen Wenjen, NCTM (Nationally Certified Teacher of Music) President, California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT)
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