Teaching genealogy in a community education program at a local college, or for a virtual institute, university, or other provider, is a great way to share your knowledge with others who are interested in discovering their roots. Adult learners are eager to develop new skills, and with genealogy more popular than ever, proposing a class to a school or college in your area, or an online education vendor, can help you expand your professional horizons and earn income
In this seven-page digital guide, you’ll learn the basics of pitching your course to a local college or online venue. In addition, once your proposal is accepted, this guide will show you what is needed for successful teaching and to ensure that you’ll be asked back to teach each semester.
With the Teaching College and Online Education Programs strategy guide from GenBiz Solutions™, you’ll have the resources needed to teach genealogy at local colleges and online.
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About the Author: Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A., is a freelance writer, instructor, and internationally recognized lecturer, specializing in Slovak/Eastern European genealogical research, writing your family history, and using the Internet to trace female and immigrant ancestors. For more information, visit her website (http://www.lisaalzo.com).
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