Music Teacher Jobs in West Virginia

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Marten Transport Clarksburg, WV
Student age: 14-17. Drum type: Traditional drum kit. Level of experience: Intermediate. Interested in the following drum styles: Pop/rock. Learning goals: To explore as a hobby. Able to read music?: Percussion notation: No, Sheet music: No, Understands note durations and rests: Yes, Can???t read music: No. Does student have drums?: Yes, the student already has drums. Lesson type: Private. Frequenc...
The American Alliance of Museums Charleston, WV, 25309
After breaking ground for construction in 1999, the $120 million Clay Center opened on July 12, 2003. Seventy percent of the funds raised during the capital campaign for the Center came from private sources. The Center remains one of the most ambitious economic, cultural and educational undertakings in West Virginia history. The Center is supported by an endowment of $40 million. At opening, the ...

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Education Career Tools

Teachers and Instructors, Other

Salaries

$19,200.00 - $85,280.00
Typical Salary for Teachers and Instructors, Other in West Virginia
(571 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Master's
35.5%
Bachelor's
34.8%
Some College Coursework Completed
10.8%
Associates
6.7%
Doctorate
4.9%
High School
4.1%
(465 Respondents)
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