The Orchestrating Mentors program provides training to prepare teens and young adults to enter the workforce and find meaningful employment. Participants gain hands-on work experience in music education and arts administration as a means to fill current educational gaps and provide a pathway to self-sufficiency.
All program participants receive full scholarship and assist staff in an administrative capacity.
Pedagogy | Conducting | Composition
For teens and young adults with minimum two years playing experience and who have an interest in pursuing music education, conducting, or composition in college.
For teens and young adults with minimum two years playing experience who wish to participate in an ensemble outside of their current school.
Arts administration | media
For teens and young adults who have experience and interest working in arts administration (social media marketing, web design, blogging, photography, videography and film editing, recording, or event planning).