Everything you need to know to go from “starving artist” to successful entrepreneur.
The hustle can be a challenge. At Skillshare, we have learned a ton from our teachers about how to maintain a freelancing career and believe that with the right tools in place, you can be more successful than ever before.
You might already know a few teachers making over $30K a year on Skillshare. Still, you might be wondering how exactly that revenue breaks down month by month, and what it would look like for you. So, we reached out to a few teachers who just started teaching on Skillshare this year to see how much they really made in their first 3 months on Skillshare.
We sat down with teacher Andrea Campos to get her advice on how she juggles her full time job and freelance clients. See why she makes time to teach on Skillshare and how she fits teaching, over 10,000 students, into her busy schedule.
As a highly sought-after calligrapher, Bryn Chernoff’s income was dependent on the time she could make for her clients. Thanks to her Skillshare classes, she’s added a steady source of supplemental income, allowing her to grow her studio, expand her team, and make more time to be with her family. For a self-employed parent searching for a flexible work-life balance, that opportunity is invaluable.
Motion Graphic Artist / Animator Jake Bartlett always dreamed of quitting his day job and focusing full-time on his freelance career, but it wasn’t until he started teaching on Skillshare that this dream became reality. Today, with 75% of his income coming from teaching on Skillshare, Jake has the financial stability and freedom to spend his time working on the things he loves most.
As a teacher on Skillshare, you have the opportunity to earn monthly revenue through our Partner Program. Skillshare Partners regularly bring new, engaging content to our community of learners. We put together these FAQs to help you understand how it all works.