Music Together® Teacher Training Workshop for Jewish Educators in Hopewell, NJ
Music Together Headquarters
225 Pennington Hopewell Road
Hopewell, NJ 08525
A Special Grant Opportunity
The Jewish Education Project is excited to announce the opportunity for a 2nd cohort of Jewish family engagement specialists, educators, song leaders, and musicians to attend one of Music Together's three-day in-person Music Together Teacher Training Workshops. If you missed applying last year or would like to apply again, now's your chance! This grant opportunity is open to all who are looking to improve their practice or who would like to become a Music Together Sing Shalom teacher.
Only 10 educators overall will be selected for this special grant offer.
Applicants will choose one of Music Together's Training Dates
June 24-26 | June 27-29 | Aug. 1-3
June 24-26: Not just art, oyster bay, ny
June 27-29: Hopewell, nj
August 1-3: Hopewell, nj
Who is eligible?
Early childhood educators, musicians and song leaders, clergy, early engagement facilitators, Jewish community organizers and parents seeking part-time work in the Jewish community. If you work in the Jewish community (or would like to), we want you!
Benefits of the training:
Potential to be part of a growing cohort of educators delivering the new Music Together Sing Shalom class.
Increased skill in delivering high quality developmentally appropriate music and movement classes for young children and their parents/caregivers in any setting.
Practice leading song and movement activities.
Learn lesson-planning and classroom management strategies.
Click here for other benefits (from the Music Together site)
Schedule of the training:
- Day 1: 9AM-7PM
- Day 2: 9AM-7PM
- Day 3: 9AM-5PM
Lunch hour each day is 1-2PM
What does the grant cover?
All teacher training fees over the three days valued at $525. Training includes on-site observation of three full-length demonstration classes led by experienced teachers, award-winning Family Favorites CD and songbook, the Introducing Music Together booklet, and pitch pipe. Plus, access to family engagement networking opportunities through The Jewish Education Project.
What is expected of grant recipients?
- Be open to having a phenomenal learning experience together with others who lead programming for families with young children, or who would would like to.
Bring your new skills back to the Jewish community for deeper and richer engagement of families with young children.
Meet with the Music Together Sing Shalom project director after your training to discuss how you might utilize your new skills and explore opportunities for teaching a Sing Shalom class near you.
What is the grant application timeline?
Monday, April 23: Application process opens
Friday, May 18: Application deadline
Monday, June 4: Notifications of acceptance
How to Apply
Click here to fill out the application for the Music Together Teacher Training. We will confirm a 15-minute call with you based on the days/times you indicate in your application. All applications must be submitted by Friday, May 18.
If you have any questions, please contact Shariee Calderone at scalderone@JewishEdProject.org
Looking forward to speaking with you!
Music Together art & logo design © 1999-2017 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Used by permission of copyright and trademark owner. Music Together Sing Shalom is an exclusive offering of Music Together in collaboration with The Jewish Education Project. Funding for this pilot initiative is provided by UJA-Federation of New York.