Be a part of serving the community by creating opportunities for youth age 8 to 16 to learn an instrument and perform in a concert!
The Youth Instrument Instructor is a valuable part of The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division’s growing and thriving music program. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Prepare students to perform in a Winter Concert on their last day of class
Teaching Piano, Guitar, Drum, or Brass instruments
Complete 1-2 hours preparing for a 1-hour class each week
Support and supervise students
Share your passion for and knowledge of music with children
In addition to 1-2 hours of flexible preparation each week, volunteers are needed Thursdays from 5:30pm - 6:30pm.
Young adult - age 23-39
Proficiency in one or more of the following instruments required: Piano, Guitar, Drum, or Brass instruments
Reliable, professional, and hard working
Full of energy
Passion for teaching and working with children
Must enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds
Pass initial screening process, including a background check
Alcohol, drugs, and smoking are not permitted at any Salvation Army facilities or volunteer sites.
Pants/shorts and a shirt with sleeves must cover the waist and fit comfortably. Transparent and tight-fitting clothes are not permitted. For your safety, closed toe shoes are required.
For your safety and the safety of others, you need to bring and wear a personal face covering over your nose and mouth while volunteering. You will also complete a brief health screening prior to volunteering.
Off-street parking is available.
If this volunteer opportunity seems like a match for your experience, skills, and interests, please contact Jessy Juarez at email@example.com or 847-336-1880. You may also visit http://bttr.im/u258w to start the application process.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army!
5040 N. Pulaski, Volunteer Resource Department, Chicago, IL 60630, US
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Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Thu Sep 10, 2020 - Thu Nov 19, 2020
05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
850 S. Green Bay RdWaukegan, IL60085
August 21, 2020
Teaching / Instruction
Must be at least 23
In addition to a one-hour class on Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm from September - November, instructors should commit to 1-2 additional hours each week of preparation.
Must be able to demonstrate proficiency in and ability to teach chosen instrument to others.