When considering the components of a successful music program, the development of a Music Booster Organization counts as one of the most vital. Article written by Marcia Neel, and originally published in SBO Magazine.
Music educators are encouraged to watch “Tips for Success” videos (brought to you by The Music Achievement Council). The Music Achievement Council is an action-oriented nonprofit encouraging students to begin and stay in instrumental music programs.
[Band] directors are entrusted with thousands of dollars of instruments and equipment, yet along the way, few have ever had a course in business management. But to maximize the fiscal opportunities that exists, we need to understand the process and be sure we have the documents to support our case.
Tips for Success brought to you by the Music Achievement Council help answer a range of questions, from how to prepare an instrument replacement plan to how to expand the learning power of music. These tips are complemented by short videos and will enhance the user’s experience.
The 2017 NAMM Advocacy Fly-In, happening May 22-25, concludes with a SupportMusic Coalition Webcast “LIVE from Washington, D.C.” on Thursday morning. NAMM members will sound off on their experiences on the Hill.
Music educators are encouraged to watch “Tips for Success” videos (brought to you by The Music Achievement Council). The Music Achievement Council is an action-oriented nonprofit enabling more students to begin and stay in instrumental music programs.
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