and fill out our application form, which will be made available on March 14. You can send in your materials via mail or
email to the addresses listed on the application. All applications must be received by Friday, May 9, 2014.
In order to ensure timely processing, applications must be received in our offices by Friday, May 9, 2014. If you are concerned about delivery speed, feel free to submit your materials via email.
no participation fee for the Music Educators Workshop. Each selected teacher will receive an honorarium of $500 upon successful completion of the program and have the option to register for P-credit from the Department of Education.
This program has been created in consultation with the Department of Education. However, it is a supplement to the annual professional development
offered by the Office of Arts and Special Projects.
A tentative list of dates, workshop topics and guest faculty can be found on our program details page. We will keep this up to date as we confirm additional details.
Absolutely! Our hope is that we will have a mix of trained music educators who are in need of artistic rejuvenation, as well as those who are not trained. We encourage applications from individuals who studied one instrument and have found themselves also teaching
another instrument or a choir. Similarly, we welcome applications from professional musicians who have found second careers as teachers.
While priority will be given to new teachers, we will welcome returning teachers as space allows.
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