Education Workshop

Education Workshop Success Stories [2024]

Updated: July 4th, 2024

Looking to make a meaningful impact while sharing your expertise? Consider starting an education workshop.

An education workshop is a program where individuals or groups gather to learn about a specific subject, guided by an expert. Whether it's language lessons, creative writing, tech skills, or even health and wellness, the scope is wide, and the demand is continually growing.

Running a workshop requires planning, organization, and a strong passion for teaching. You'll need to develop a curriculum, market your sessions, and manage registrations. It's hands-on work but deeply rewarding as you see participants grow and succeed.

If you’re skilled in a particular field and enjoy engaging with others, this business idea allows you to turn your knowledge into a thriving venture. With the rise of both in-person and online learning, there’s never been a better time to dive into education workshops.

In this list, you'll find real-world education workshop success stories and very profitable examples of starting a education workshop that makes money.

1. VSTEAM Education ($42K/year)

Vidura, an Aerospace engineer and professional street-dancer, started his educational startup to provide practical science and engineering workshops to schools. With 11 STEM workshops and unique speaking engagements that incorporate dance, the company reached over 5,000 students last year and is poised for growth post-pandemic. They have seen success in attracting and retaining customers through targeted email marketing, Google Adwords campaigns, and word of mouth.

How much money it makes: $42K/year
How much did it cost to start: $2.5K
How many people on the team: 1


On Starting A STEM School Workshops And Speaker Services Business

Vidura, a qualified Aerospace engineer, started an educational startup delivering STEM workshops in schools and delivering speaking engagements with dancing for entertainment, having delivered over 5,000 engagements reaching out to schools and is looking to resume after the pandemic.

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