Young Musicians of Alamance could not exist without the impressive dedication of our mighty Volunteers! Our volunteers help with many aspects of the organization, from Food Prep and serving lunch to the students, to assisting Teaching Artists in classes.
YMA has room for many more volunteers. YMA Volunteer is also an easy gig to get. Simply fill out the online application and submit it. Once submitted, complete the background check (no charge), and submit it, too (volunteers under age 18 not required to submit background check). Volunteers must be age 16 or above. If you wish a paper application and background check, please notify the Office and we will be happy to mail them out to you.
Board Member (meets once a month. Help decide the path of YMA!)
Committee Member (No need to join the Board, volunteer for the Fundraising, Marketing or Food Committees)
Office Assistant (basic office help: filing, basic data entry, mailings, etc.)
Musical Assistance (help the Teaching Artists in class. If you are a trained musician or music teacher, you can lead break out groups of students.)
Food Prep (assisting with food preparation for Saturday meals)
Serving (plating or serving food to the students - Saturdays only)
Safety (assist Teaching Artists during class breaks to ensure student safety - Saturdays only)
General Volunteer (assist with preparing classrooms on Saturday mornings and clean up after class, assist with other Saturday tasks.)
Young Musicians of Alamance encourages the participation of volunteers who support our mission. If you agree with our mission and are willing to be interviewed and trained in our procedures, we encourage you to complete this application. The information on this form will be kept confidential and will help us find the most satisfying and appropriate volunteer opportunity for you.
Mission: We will provide a safe and nurturing environment where children will develop musical, social, and academic skills, enabling them to explore limitless opportunities. Our goals are to:
improve the life trajectories of students,
encourage pride and hope for their families, and
foster good citizens for the greater community.