More and more schools are eliminating funds for extra curricular activities. This is leaving out children with a gap in their education. Colleges and universities are no longer accepting kids that are just A students. The requirements have changed and they now need a leg up on the competition with sports or music or a favorite hobby.
With summer time fast approaching, it's the perfect time to start looking in to the many class offerings in your area. Many teachers are unaware of the outlets of advertising their skills and or classes. A newer company is now the gateway for parents and teachers alike! Kidzmet is a leading website for Central California, including Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.
"Kidzmet was created because I was frustrated with the time and energy it took to locate, enroll in and juggle enrichment activities for my kids. And, as a working parent and mother of two, I didn't have a whole lot of extra time and energy to spare. In fact, I had none. At the same time, some of the best teachers I knew were struggling to get the word out about their AMAZING programs because they didn't have the budget, technical savvy or online marketing savvy to effectively and affordably get the word out about their programs. So Kidzmet.com was born to connect enrichment teachers with the students they were meant to teach by streamlining kids' activities planning in one CENTRAL, easy-to-use portal."
Using the zip code for Santa Barbara, I searched for a ballet class for a 5 year old, any price range and within 15 miles of 93101. I was pleased to find that there was seven classes available including their start dates! The search engine was easy to use and narrowed it down perfectly-- very efficient for busy moms and dads! I continued and clicked on a choice for a ballet class and it took me to a page for that specific class. It gave me valuable information including, price, address, teachers name, age specifics, days and times, and even an option to enroll online! It told me there was one slot available.
I wished I lived in the areas Kidzmet covered-- it's such a neat and valuable resource!