Assistant Instructor Training Program
The purpose of the CYMG Assistant Instructor Training Program is to train advanced young musicians ages 15-22 to mentor and coach other young musicians. CYMG Assistant Instructors learn how to not only teach music but gain important life skills such as leadership and problem-solving while building their self- confidence.
Assistant Instructors receive: free training as instructors and either community service hours or 50% off Chamber Music tuition.
To become a CYMG Assistant Instructor, students must pass each step of the acceptance process:
1) Online application
2) Playing audition: Demonstrate proficient skills as a musician on your respective instrument.
3) Candidate Training: Shadow professional teaching artists as you assist them in classes and rehearsals for a semester.
4) It’s Official!: Based on your performance over the course of your Assistant Instructor Candidate training, you will hopefully be made an official CYMG Assistant Instructor. Thanks for giving back!