Join Our Team

In order to apply to our guitar instructor position, applicants must:
1.Be interested in a new culture and language.
2. Have the ability to adapt to living and working in another country and the intention to work responsibly through the entirety of the contract period. The appointment is a one-year commitment.
3. Applicants must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in guitar or obtain such qualifications and arrive at the destination of appointment by mid-May (10~15 of May).

Key responsibilities include:
Teaching lessons, planning for lessons, recording lesson videos, writing articles and blogs, working on curriculum, and etc.

Send us your resume/CV and an audio or video sample of your playing to the email below.  If we are interested and have an opening, we will contact you.

admin@theamericanguitaracademy.com

Why not click here to book a lesson today?

 


It’s not just guitar, it’s “Music”…

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I am having a lot of fun learning at the American Guitar Academy! My teacher has taught me not only guitar, but what music really is.  I was obsessed with learning techniques and I have forgotten the fun when playing the guitar.  My teacher always reminds me of the fun when I was struggling with …

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Aiko Ishikawa
石川愛子さん

I feel very lucky…

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I took lessons at the American Guitar Academy while working in Japan. I feel very lucky to have found out about the academy and highly recommend it to anyone interested in guitar while in Japan. My instructor was an experienced guitar teacher, and attentive to both my progress and my learning methods. Many times when …

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Ryan
ライアンさん

Naturally…

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At the American Guitar Academy, not only just learning songs, but I also got to strengthen my foundation and get to learn how to use various of techniques naturally.  It’s such a big difference between a player who gets the basics down compares to a player who doesn’t.
Taro
タローくん
Student
学生

You can learn many things…

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It is such a valuable experience that I get to learn many things in English from teachers who have lots of overseas experience.  Although I never had the opportunity to study abroad, I am very grateful and it’s like a dream come true that I get to have this experience while working in Japan.  Thank …

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Emi
エミさん

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