What does a Music Teacher III do?
Music teachers are responsible for teaching people instrumental techniques, scales, sight reading, and music theory. The majority of music teachers help students prepare for music examinations, auditions, and live performances. Music teachers can work in schools, community centers, music shops, people's homes and public institutions, such as hospitals and prisons. They may even work on a freelance basis which can offer more freedom.
A bachelor's degree in Music Education along with high musical competence and proficiency of a musical instrument is required for music teacher positions. Successful music teachers are passionate and possess excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
Music Teacher III Career Path
Learn how to become a Music Teacher III, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
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“Being an instructor here is a very satisfying and fulfilling career because I get to practice my love for music while earning a good salary.”
“Great place to work and friendly”
“Well mannered staff and honest .”
“I am supported in my activities but I am also independent and feel "my own boss."”
“They really don't have any office supplies and you really need your own computer and printer to work here.”
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“Rewarding work and good supervisors”
“I highly recommend this type of job to anyone living with their parents or working their way through college.”
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