From garnishing a perfectly poured martini to doling out rounds of drinks quickly and efficiently, the experienced instructors at National Bartender School possess all the tips, tricks, and tools to succeed in the bartending trade. With years of industry experience under their belts, these knowledgeable spirits sages guide pupils through certification courses that cover every aspect of the job. Under their supervision, students learn to craft more than 200 cocktails, handle transactions, and practice the art of the upsell without breaking a sweat or bottle of 50-year-old scotch. Free refresher courses and job-placement assistance keep students on track even after school is through. For more focused pursuits, National Bartender School also hosts classes in specialty fields such as flair bartending and bar management.
Breanna Clifton keeps busy. She's still in school, majoring in education with a focus in child development—a field in which she already has a degree—but she's found time to work with kids, receive professional awards, and stay active in her community. And, of course, she's even managed to found her very own company: BEE Smart Learning, which links students with Breanna for one-on-one tutoring sessions in an extensive array of academic and career-oriented subjects.
BEE Smart Learning started as an outreach program designed to serve at-risk youth and children with disabilities. But after Breanna started tutoring a few family friends, her college classmates got wind of her teaching skills and wanted in. Breanna started tutoring them, too. The rest is history.
Though the goal of golf is to keep scores low, David Stephens’ golf résumé is chock full of big numbers. As a player, David won more than 100 tournaments. As an instructor, he’s conducted more than 20,000 lessons over the span of more than 25 years. All that experience has helped David formulate his own philosophy: fundamentals are the pillars of a dependable golfing game. He shares that wisdom with his students during lessons, recognizing along the way that every golfer has a unique swing. Of course, David helps them master the physical aspects of that swing. But, he also guides students through golf’s always-present mental challenges, such as when a caddy becomes entranced by the inner workings of a ball washer.