Plugged In Band Program

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Performing ArtsNonprofit

About Us

Plugged In is a nonprofit rock band program in the Boston area teaching kids ages 8-19 about using music to create positive change in the world. In addition to weekly ensemble band classes, private lessons, songwriting workshops and community performances, three times a year Plugged In students perform in benefit concerts that raise money for causes and organizations chosen by the students themselves. Plugged In provides a nurturing and supportive community to which young musicians feel a sense of belonging, an opportunity to express and be acknowledged for their musical interests and a chance to use their music to help others around the world.

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Highlights

  • Empowering youth to create positive change in their world through music

Jobs

Ensemble Band Teacher at Unique, Non Profit Youth Music Program
Category: Arts & Entertainment
The Plugged In Band Program in Needham is hiring a teacher for in-person and virtual ensembles and private lessons.  Plugged In is a kind, fun, supportive and creative community where all employees and students are valued and included. The candidate must have basic knowledge in guitar, drums, keyboard and bass - and proficiency in at least 1-2 of those instruments. Band classes are 1 1/2 hours ...read more
Contact: Sandra Rizkallah
Phone:(781) 444-1879
Teacher for Ensemble Bands with Students with Special Needs
Category: Arts & Entertainment
The Plugged In Band Program in Needham is hiring a teacher for in-person and virtual ensembles for inclusion bands that have 1-2 students with special needs and neurotypical students as volunteers.  Plugged In is a kind, fun, supportive and creative community where all employees and students are valued and included.  We are looking for someone who is a current Music Therapy student or graduate ...read more
Contact: Sandra Rizkallah
Phone:(781) 444-1879

Rep/Contact Info

Dan Croft
Program Director
Tom Pugh
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Sandra Rizkallah
Co-Founder/Co-Executive Director