MusicianCorps North Carolina
MusicianCorps North Carolina trains and places AmeriCorps members to serve for a year with partner sites in the Triangle and Triad areas, delivering music interventions to low-income and high-need populations.
Congratulations to our 9 MusicianCorps Artist AmeriCorps members in North Carolina, who completed their year of service on Friday and celebrated with some cake!
Thank you to our 15+ partners, including public schools, universities, senior and disability care centers, and nonprofits in Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill for helping us achieve so much this year. In addition to their combined 10,000+ hours of service to partner sites, our MC Artists leveraged 325 North Carolinians in over 500 hours of music-driven service--that's over $12,000 worth of volunteer time given back to the state of North Carolina!
On June 28, MusicianCorps celebrated its first year of service North Carolina by bringing together over 50 youth and 200 adults for a day of service and local music in Durham and Chapel Hill. Named "All Together," the event kicked off in the morning with three nonprofit partners serving youth and other high-need populations.
Original story and photos published by Communities in Schools, Durham.
Devon Nichols wants to stay after school.
Once a week, when the last period at Neal Middle School ends, the eighth-grader heads for a small classroom near the main office, where Communities in Schools of Durham Success Coach Katy Bigsby passes out snacks,...
MusicianCorps North Carolina was featured on My Carolina Today in a short segment and Q&A with our Program Director, Nick DiColandrea. Check out the video below!
MusicianCorps North Carolina is currently accepting applications for the 2014-15 cohort of MC Artist AmeriCorps members. To read the position description and apply, please click here.
MusicianCorps is proud to partner with the University of North Carolina Music Department to help expand community outreach and service through music. You can learn more about our partnership with the university here.
When it comes to music and service, this is not Domenique Ciavattone’s first rodeo. A skilled alto and baritone saxophonist from outside Boston, MA, Domenique has played internationally with an award-winning high school wind ensemble and studied musical engagement as a peacebuilding strategy in Nairobi, Kenya. In her spare time, she has volunteered with programs like Best Buddies, Habitat for Humanity, and Let’s Get Ready tutoring.
Now serving as a MusicianCorps Artist, Domenique has the opportunity to combine two passions into one. Working with the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities (TLC) in Raleigh, NC, Domenique has...
Joining their AmeriCorps peers from across the country, MusicianCorps Artists in North Carolina were on hand to speak and represent the impact of music and service on their local communities today for Mayor's Day of Recognition of National Service. Many thanks to Mayors Allen Joines, Nancy McFarlane, Bill Bell, and Mark Kleinschmidt!
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