Truly, what other job has the networking opportunities available that being a bartender offers? You meet a lot of people every day and strike up some conversation, get to know people or see people you already know every day. Where else are you paid well ($100-$200 a day) to create good times for yourself and everyone around you? Where else can you grab the spotlight in some of the most happening places in town?
At Grand Strand School of Bartending we can help you learn the skills needed to become a professional bartender and can even help with placement too.
Bartending offers flexible hours you can fit around school, as well as a full- or part-time day job. All that with just some very simple, affordable training.
Okay, as the founder and director of Grand Strand School of Bartending, I can’t help but make this pitch. If you’re ready for a change, and even thinking about bartending, give it a whirl. It costs little to learn, but pays off big-time in terms of income and job satisfaction. Plus, with the summer months ending and some people leaving the area opportunities are available in this recession-proof profession. Now how cool is that?