Work with Schools and Libraries
If you just joined Usborne Books & More, you might be wondering what it takes to work with schools and libraries.
Educational Service Representatives
Educational Service Representatives, formerly known as Educational Consultants, work their book business just like other consultants through home parties and Facebook parties. In addition to these parties, Educational Service Representatives (ESRs) can work with schools and libraries to promote literacy even more!
As a former reading teacher, working with schools is one of my favorite parts of this job. From Book Fairs and $5 Book Days to grant programs and fundraisers, there are so many options to work your Usborne Books & More business through schools and libraries.
I was one of the lucky few that got to work in the education field right when I joined in 2015. As a former Reading Teacher, I love working with schools and libraries. Through Usborne Books & More Educational Services, I have conducted book fairs, $5 Book Days, and helped schools use grant money to get more books for FREE!
Get Certified Soon
Working as an Educational Service Representative is a privilege. In order to become an ESR, you must either be active ($500 in sales in the last 3 months) or be in your first 12 weeks of the business. Some schools and libraries take a while to work with, so it’s good to have an active business through other means like parties, storytimes, and more. When you’re able to get through to schools and libraries, the sales can be quite lucrative.
This is definitely one of my favorites parts of working with Usborne Books & More. If you’d like more information, be sure to contact me.
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