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I Teach (And Swim) Because It Is My Passion

Posted on Jul 5, 2018 10:52:17 AM by Keri Koraleski in Teaching a Life Skill, in finding yourself, in Swimtastic, in Swimming instructors, in swim jobs

I have been swimming since I could walk. I grew up around a lake with all my cousins. When I was younger, I couldn’t have cared less what temperature the water was. My cousins and I were in the lake from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and sometimes even later into the year. I swam and dove competitively for Ralston High School, and it was there that I started my career as a swim teacher.

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To That One College Job – It's Not Just Teaching Kids to Swim

Posted on Dec 16, 2016 2:34:17 PM by Tara Weishahn in Kids Swimming Lessons, in Teaching Kids, in Teaching a Life Skill, in kids and parents

To That One College Job – It's Not Just Teaching Kids to Swim

Two years…I knew it that day sitting in my interview for another part-time position. In my early college years, I felt like I was collecting part-time jobs. Being in school, I knew the jobs were just temporary, so two years seemed like long enough to enjoy a fun one before entering the real world. Two years seemed like it would be long enough to teach kids how to swim at Swimtastic Swim School.  

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What Makes Being a Swim Teacher so Rewarding?

Posted on Jun 2, 2016 3:24:55 PM by Noelle Kanitz in swim instructor, in Smart Fish Swim In Schools, in Rewarding Career, in Teaching Kids, in Teaching a Life Skill

Learn about what makes being a swim teacher so rewarding in an interview with Heather Kampa, one of Franklin Swimtastic’s long-time swim instructors!

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