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SACRAMENTO, CA, May 06, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- After a four-month delay due to a website re-design and the addition of new features and benefits for its members, the North American Music Teachers Association (NAMTA) will begin offering free trial memberships by the end of May 2010.
According to NAMTA's president, David Terry, "Market research indicated that music students and parents felt strongly about knowing that NAMTA members had passed a criminal background check," Terry said. "So we teamed up with one of the nation's leading providers of criminal background checks and offered this added benefit to our members for a one-time fee of $20."
Students and parents will be able to screen music teachers and music schools based on credentials, specific areas of teaching expertise, and status of background check. This screening process is fast and easy. Students simply enter their preferred instrument and their zip code on the NAMTA website to view a list of local, reputable instructors and schools.
To help members grow their music teaching businesses, NAMTA implements sophisticated Internet marketing and advertising programs designed to help students connect with credible, music education programs in their communities. NAMTA members post their professional profiles on the organization's website where music students and parents can access and view the profiles online free of charge. For more information, visit NAMTA's Website at www.namtamusic.com.
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