Community MusicWorks is seeking proposals from qualified design firms to redesign the CMW website. Proposals are due FEBRUARY 14, 2013.
Website Redesign RFP
Questions? Contact Jori at email@example.com.
For September 2013 through June 2015, CMW is seeking qualified VIOLINISTS to apply by DECEMBER 3, 2012.
CMW's Fellowship Program is an opportunity for young professional violinists, violists, and cellists to spend two years performing, teaching, and mentoring in urban neighborhoods of Providence, Rhode Island. The Fellowship Program is an opportunity to learn about our model of community-based teaching and performing, and to join a growing movement of musicians who are reimagining their careers to combine performing, teaching, and social action in order to make an impact on their communities.
Download more information about the fellowship and an application here:
Community MusicWorks seeks a volunteer to assist with IT support on an as-needed basis. We operate in a primarily Mac environment with a few PC laptops. An ideal volunteer would be a Mac user, comfortable with Apple hardware/software and capable of helping staff members with basic PC issues (installing printer drivers, connecting to a wireless network). With our increasingly busy network, a volunteer familiar with networking complexity would be a real asset. Interested individuals should contact Liz Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community MusicWorks seeks several volunteers to assist with publicizing
Community MusicWorks events throughout Providence via flyer distribution
and putting up posters around town in businesses and community
centers. Interested individuals should have their own transportation
and contact Liz Cox at email@example.com.
Can you teach the basics of violin, viola, or cello?
Would you like to make a difference in the life of a child in
Providence's West End or South Side?
The commitment of a few hours each month can give a child in our
community the necessary support to imagine a world with fewer
limits and greater possibility.
· Musical Mentors help youth to solve technical/musical problems,
gain valuable practice and listening skills, and help them develop.
It's in practicing that our kids really grow musically and
gain a sense of accomplishment. Learning how to practice is just
as valuable as what they learn in their lessons. It's in the practice
room that they actually improve and develop skills. Musical Mentors
will be directly involved with that development.
· Through the practice program, Musical Mentors will develop relationships
with students and families.
Caring, mentoring, nurturing relationships with young people and
their families is what the Musical Mentors program is all about.
To download a copy of the Musical Mentor application, please click
For more information, contact Sara Stalnaker at 401.261.1370.