How do I get school districts to hire me as a trainer or speaker?
I've written books and taught workshops for moms and nanny's but I have no idea how to make an offer or get hired by a school district. Any resources would be appreciated..better yet make it a hub!
If I had your background, I would create a presentation and attend school board meetings in your district and others you can commute to. Call ahead to be put on the agenda and then make a short, concise presentation to let them know what you can offer.
Or you could offer a free assembly at the school to get your message and abilities out there.
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