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=== To Organize A Class, You Need: ===
 
=== To Organize A Class, You Need: ===
- Materials. How much do yours cost?  
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* Materials. How much do yours cost?  
- An idea of what you want to charge for a class. This should cover your time and your materials per person!
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* An idea of what you want to charge for a class. This should cover your time and your materials per person!
- Date and time. Check the g-calendar and the existing Eventbrite for an opening at least two weeks away.
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* Date and time. Check the g-calendar and the existing Eventbrite for an opening at least two weeks away.
 
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== Promoting Classes ==
 
== Promoting Classes ==

Revision as of 12:45, 31 October 2011

Classes are ludicrously easy to organize and run at Site 3. Ludicrously. Easy. We split the net profit of the class 50/50 with the class organizer, so basically, as long as you bill enough per person to cover the cost of your materials, you win, we win, everybody wins. Why not use your winnings to cover your dues for the month? Do that!

Classes at Site 3 are organized via our account with Eventbrite, located at site3.eventbrite.com. To organize a class, ask Alex or Jonathan to create the class at Eventbrite.


To Organize A Class, You Need:

  • Materials. How much do yours cost?
  • An idea of what you want to charge for a class. This should cover your time and your materials per person!
  • Date and time. Check the g-calendar and the existing Eventbrite for an opening at least two weeks away.

Promoting Classes

Classes should be submitted to: