We don't teach you how to DJ, we mentor you on how to be a DJ
(PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Already operating in selected areas of Los Angeles, DJ Mentor Program has now expanded into the New York market and continues to fill a gap in the DJ industry which was identified by international DJ and founder, Michelle Ericsson. Michelle says, “I started to realize that there was not enough support available for the new DJ in the music industry. Thinking back to when I first started DJ’ing, I didn’t have anyone to turn to, no one to ask all those questions a beginner naturally has. Sometimes it’s just the little things, but they matter so much and are so important, especially when you are just starting out.” Michelle found that although there are teachers who can teach you how to DJ, it’s where to go from there that she says has new DJ’s in a conundrum.
This is exactly why DJ Mentor Program launched “Ask a Mentor”; a free tool that allows any DJ or aspiring DJ to ask any DJ related to question to a mentor and have it answered, via video. Michelle says, “With the ‘Ask A Mentor’ feature we truly want to be a place that DJ’s can come to when they need advice, help or mentoring.”
For more information on DJ Mentor Program, visit: http://www.djmentorprogram.com
About DJ Mentor Program:
DJ Mentor Program is a private mentoring program that coaches individuals to become successful DJ’s. DJ Mentor Program maintains that it is not a “DJ School” but instead has a vested interest in each DJ, offering all DJ’s 24/7 support before, during and after their program. DJ Mentor Program caters to DJ’s at all stages of their careers, from complete beginner to advanced, from those who want to learn the skills of a DJ, to those who want to learn the business aspects and how to get gigs.