Dozens of new teachers have grown their brands, established followings, and earned passive income teaching professional topics. 3 million students and counting are coming to Skillshare eager to learn the unique tips and best practices that have allowed you to excel in your career.
Skillshare teacher, Jane Snedden, has pursued a career in design despite having no formal training. Read on to learn how she has found financial freedom through teaching on Skillshare!
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This story may sound all too familiar: you earn a degree, amass student loan debt, and still can’t find a job in your intended field or just aren’t fulfilled in your work. If this sounds like you, we’ve got great news.
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Many aspiring creatives can’t afford to go to traditional art school or simply don’t have the time. However, now more than ever, people are proving these roadblocks are just myths by pursuing their creative passions in unconventional ways.
Wendy van Wilgenburg is a trained cultural and visual anthropologist, as well as founder and director of the Craft in Focus Festival. Get her take on the importance of life-long learning and hand craftsmanship
The nature of work is changing and more than ever before, people are turning to side hustles to earn extra income to explore their true passions.
If you’re looking for extra cash to pad your grocery budget or want to add a significant slice to your income pie, look no further than an online side hustle. Teachers on Skillshare use their spare time, starting at just one weekend a month, to share their passions and get paid for it.
Now, more than ever, professionals are turning to digital side projects and fresh marketing opportunities to unlock career development. Business consultant Luna Vega grew her network, landed new clients, and expanded her business thanks to her digital side project: teaching on Skillshare.
Sophia Chang is a Queens born entrepreneur, illustrator and designer. She works across multiple mediums, embracing her creativity through forms like printmaking, graphic design, web design, illustration, marketing, event hosting and art curation.
We caught up with Sophia to find out how she continues to stay inspired and hone her craft.
Whether you are just starting out in photography or have a few years of experience under your belt, building your career around your passion is more possible than ever. Henry Marsh transitioned from a 9-to-5 job to a full-time career as a photographer after teaching on Skillshare and you can too.
Have you always dreamed of going freelance and working from home? Rich Armstrong, one of our top teachers, works from home and travels the world thanks to his success on Skillshare.
Keren Duchan, like many other creatives, has always pursued her passion for art in her free time. This all changed when she began teaching on Skillshare, allowing her to earn money from her art for the first time and grow her online brand.
Ohn Mar Win is a Skillshare teacher and full-time freelance food illustrator who began her journey as a student three years ago.
Marie Asselin turned her passion for food into a full-time freelance career and has earned $3300 teaching her cooking skills on Skillshare.
Peggy Dean has always been an artist, and modern calligraphy has helped her to earn a living as a creative for over a decade.
Like many full time creatives, Ana Victoria Calderon was living off of the combined income of a few separate sources when she got started teaching online – sales of art prints from her Etsy store, licensing artwork to companies like Hallmark and Papyrus, and teaching in person workshops. “I knew that I wanted to start teaching online, but YouTube was difficult. People had a lot of questions but there was no way I could answer this stuff in the comments section.”
While living in London and working as a web designer, Hayden Aube was mostly thinking about one thing –– how to work on Illustration full-time. “The whole time I was working as a web designer, in the back of my head I knew it wasn’t what I wanted. I wanted to get back to illustration and back to drawing. That’s why I got into design in the first place.”