Be a Part of Something Great…

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It is happening, and it is happening fast. Like really fast. I am actually kind of overwhelmed by the support we have been getting! I wanted to take the time though to explain a bunch of stuff, just to clarify some confusion… Firstly, the blog is not going away… In fact, it will become a much bigger resource for all of you with our ballet directory. The ballet directory will feature lists of ballet companies, ballet schools, scholarships, competitions, and universities. We will also be introducing a lot more features throughout the year. If you want to make sure your ballet school or company is listed in our directory click here.

We have started introducing our subscription plan. From now until August 1, we will be selling year-long subscriptions for $9.99. The year-long subscription gives you full access to the 6 issues we will publish a year. The issues are available online, downloadable to iOS and Android, can be printed on your printer, or you can order high quality printed issues. Our first issue cover story has been secured and the featured dancer is amazing, and will be photographed by an extremely talented photographer …


Why Advertise with a Ballet Education

We are opening up advertising, officially as of Saturday, June 18, 2016. You can view our media kit via our media portal by clicking here.

If you decide to advertise with us and purchase our advertising on the media portal, CJ will contact you shortly with all the information you will need. If you have questions you can email him at cj@aballeteducaion.com

But, it doesn’t end just there… I need more help… I need:
CREATIVE: photographers, hair and make-up artists, writers, reviewers, editors (I can pay like bare minimums from out of my pocket, mostly because I believe in this… and then eventually pay you from the budget that is built…)
FUNCTION: advertising sales reps (Can pay standard commission.)
INTERNS: help compiling all of the lists- I can pay you in pointe shoes…
If you are interested email me aballeteducation@gmail.com

I am also to happy to introduce another lovely woman joining our team: Bethanne Black. Read more about her by clicking here.


7 responses to “Be a Part of Something Great…”

  1. Hi David.

    I am interested in the advertising sales position

    I love your blog and think it’s a great resource

    Please let me know if we can chat

    In the parent of a young aspiring ballerina

    Our life is designed around ballet.

    She will be attending. Ellison and ABT this summer

    While she is in her intensives I will be in city daily and could work o advertisers

    I have been o. Professional sales as a sales coach and a. Salesperson for I’ve 25 years.

    My experience is selling advertising. Credit card processing and life insurance.

    I can be reached at 203 858 6945 Thank you

    Good luck. I will be subscribing as well👯💕 Regards Christine Randall

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Hi David! I read your post and noticed you were looking for writers! I also looked at your list of contributing authors and thought I may be able to contribute something different. I am a dancer and an educator, which I am super passionate about, but most importantly (and differently), I have a business degree from a private college in Michigan called Northwood University. I focuses heavily on writing, managing yourself and others, as well as leadership.  I do not know the exact direction you have for the magazine, but I feel I can contribute on that end of the spectrum. Whether it is writing about how to set and reach goals as a dancer, how to manage your time as a dancer, resolve conflicts with your peers or directors, etc. I have a multitude of knowledge about business and have always related it back to dance. If you feel this is something you may be interested in, please let me know. Thank you. Elizabeth Swoish

  3. I would be so much more inclined to subscribe and support if I knew the ‘older adult ballet student world’ were included. This is happening and will gain momentum. Be on the creative end and check it out. Older is not 45 or 50. I am 70+, taking ballet class five days a week and not planning to stop any time soon.

  4. great! this is what we need more detail more clear thought into adult ballet and ballet in general we would pose thou we have some suggestions that we would like to do and to see, with ballet to make the dance movement a bit more in line with 2016

  5. This is so great! I am curious if you are planning to do open article submissions for people who are maybe not interested in frequently submitting articles but have a topic they want to write about.