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How to write a student assistant bio

We’ve already covered a great way to start personalizing your dance studio website with updated teacher bios and student teacher bios. Now, let’s round things out with how to write a student assistant bio.

Here are a few easy steps to get your student helpers started:

1. INTRODUCE YOURSELF & SAY WHAT YOU DO.

Kelly is a student helper at the Dance Studio.

2. SUMMARIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE.

She has danced with Miss Sharon for 10 years and has studied tap, ballet and jazz. This is her second year as a student helper.

3. NOTE YOUR GRADE LEVEL.

Kelly is in the 8th grade at the Middle School.

4. HIGHLIGHT ANY RELATED INTERESTS.

If she’s not dancing, Kelly is usually reading or painting.

5. ADD ANY KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS, HONORS OR TITLES.

This was Kelly’s first year on the competition team and she can’t wait to attend more conventions next year.

6. TELL THE WORLD WHY YOU LOVE BEING AN ASSISTANT TEACHER.

She loves being a student helper because it helps her become a better dancer too.

And that’s it! Then just put it all together:

Kelly is a student helper at the Dance Studio. She has danced with Miss Sharon for 10 years and has studied tap, ballet and jazz. This is her second year as a student helper. Kelly is in the 8th grade at the Middle School. If she’s not dancing, Kelly is usually reading or painting. This was Kelly’s first year on the competition team and she can’t wait to attend more conventions next year. She loves being a student helper because it helps her become a better dancer too.

Adding assistant teacher and student helpers to your studio website are a great way to showcase your students and your student development methods. How else can you bring a personal touch to your studio website?

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