Sunday, December 1, 2019

Work Study for Barre Vida/ Barre Certification

Recent Graduate Class in Brooklyn, NY! Joanna

Barre Vida Work study is a work in exchange to take the barre Certification training to get a barre certification. The training is in this weekend so we need someone ASAP and who can take the train to Matawan, NJ or drive. (the train is one hour and leaves from Penn Station, we will pick you up from the train station).  Must be available all day Dec. 7th and 8th. The Barre Work Study works as so, Work 15 hours for $150.00 off the training. The orginal cost of the training is 399.00 so it will bring it down to $249.00. Most of the work will be social media work now and during the training. You will start right away! And most of the work you can work from home.

ABOUT BARRE VIDA: Barre Vida classes can be found in NYC and Brooklyn and Barre Vida certified instructors are teaching nationwide and you can join them!!  Dancers are encouraged to apply as we are looking to place some instructors in studios in NYC and Brooklyn immediatly. We are offering one work study position that can reduce the training cost for office hours worked. Looking specifically for dancers who also are proficient in excel and social media marketing. Familiarity with mailchimp and square space is a plus.

Included with the certificate is a listing on the website, yearly access to the online manual and videos, monthly playlists, bio/headshot on website, and studio job referrral.  Being a barre insturctor is a great part time job for dancers!!  

Most barre instructors make $35- $55 an hour for classes and $50 - $70 for private trainings. This is an amazing way to teach one to two hours a day, make good money, and have time to dance!

Please visit the webiste and email us, note if you are interested in the work study and we will get back with you. Thanks! Joanna from Barre Vida


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