Guide To Getting Started

Teaching accents and pronunciation is a great way for Speech-Pathologists, ESL teachers, and other language professionals to build a business or add an additional stream of revenue. 

The average rate for these specialized sessions ranges from $75.00 to $175.00+ so it is definitely possible to make money and help others succeed in the process!

There's little to no paperwork and it's a joy to work with motivated students who admire and respect you as their personal guide to better speech.

You can start offering private sessions without a huge investment of time or money, work as much or as little as you like, then expand your services to include online workshops and courses. 

The best part is...it doesn't take much more than a computer to get started.

Download the guide to learn about the skills, software, certifications, and other basics that you'll need to start working with paying students. 

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A little about me.  I'm Jessica... 

and I'm an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in teaching accents, dialects, and pronunciation. 

Over the past 20 years, I've worked with award-winning actors, models, voice-over artists, corporate executives, lawyers, teachers, diplomats and professional voice users from all over the world.

There are so many students out there looking for teachers like us to help them feel confident about their speech and pronunciation.  I love helping my students and I'd love to show you how to find your own students and offer accent and pronunciation training services.  When you're ready...I'm here to help.


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