About the School
Manchester Community Music School serves over 1,200 students each year through a wide array of high quality music education programs, including private lessons, music therapy, early childhood, Suzuki, NH Youth Ensemble Program, summer camps and community music programs. Committed to serving our community, nearly all of our concerts are free and open to the public and we have awarded over $1.4 million in financial aid to over 5,400 students since our founding in 1983. Our mission is changing lives through the power of learning, sharing and making music.
The Manchester Community Music School is expanding its outreach program with the Granite United Way Youth Enrichment Partnership (GUW YEP) to include an after school Instrumental lesson program at Central High School. This program is designed to give students from GUW YEP partner organizations, grades 5-9 and Central High School students, the opportunity to take lessons, utilize loaner instruments and participate in ensembles. The program is subsidized through grant funding to ensure that any student wishing to participate can regardless of a family’s financial situation.
We are looking to hire an experienced, creative individual to manage and help grow this new after school program. The Program Coordinator job description can be downloaded here
, as well as where to send a resume/cover letter. If you could please share this information with anyone you know who might be qualified/interested in filling this role we’d greatly appreciate it.
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