Collegiate Opportunities

Music for All Internships

The Music for All Internship program provides a unique opportunity for current or recent college students to experience real-world work experience in advancement/fundraising, event planning, education and advocacy, marketing, or participants relations.

Be Involved with Music for All

Future Music Educator Experience

Calling all music education students: Learn how you can attend the Bands of America Grand National Championships and the Drum Corps International World Championships for FREE!

Collegiate & Young Teacher Division

College students – music education majors and percussion and color guard instructors – can attend the Directors’ Academy at a deep discount. For Collegiates, the Music for All Summer Symposium provides deep instruction in the many areas of band directing that are covered in your formal degree program, as well as those you’ll experience in your first teaching position

Volunteer - Be a SWAG or DAA

There are two awesome volunteer opportunities that will allow you to be a part of the Music for All experience! In this role, you will help to provide positively life-changing experiences for everyone involved with the Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha. (Applications are closed for 2020)

Participate with Music for All and receive Graduate Credit

Music for All and VanderCook College of Music are partnering together to offer an outstanding opportunity for teachers to receive up to two college credits by attending the Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha.

Graduate credit is also available from Butler University for attending the Directors’ Academy at the Music for All National Festival

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