116 – Noah Tretter on Opportunities (and Pitfalls!) of Working with Charter Schools

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Today I’m talking to Noah Tretter, a guitar teacher who branched out from his private studio in Oregon to start a virtual multi-teacher studio during COVID.

One of the unique things about this studio, is the way its founder has tapped into charter school programs as a way of building the student base and making it possible for families to use educational funds provided by their state to pay for music lessons.

If this sounds intriguing, listen on.


Connect with Noah

Website: TretterStudios.com

Website: MaestroMusicLessonsOnline.com

Facebook: Maestro Music Lessons Online




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