Education & Outreach Coordinator Part-Time
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the newly created Education & Outreach Coordinator is responsible for bringing a culturally diverse series of inspiring and educational performances to the Guilford County community. The MGS education/outreach program offers to students the opportunity to experience live performances by the highest level of artists from around the country and beyond.
The scope of this position includes creating and maintaining relationships with educators and partnering organizations, administering educational and outreach programming in the local community, maintaining a calendar for outreach events and working closely with community partners to plan and execute various events. This person will collaborate with the Executive Director to administer the Music for Young People series, the Music in Unusual Spaces series, and implement new programming as appropriate.
The full job description including hours and pay range can be found on our website Contact Us page.
Submit a cover letter and resume to Rebecca Willie, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. Once submitted, your resume will be reviewed and someone from our office will contact you.
MGS does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
About Music for a Great Space
The Music for a Great Space series originated as an organ series to feature the Fisk Op. 82 organ which resides at Christ United Methodist Church. Charles Fisk spoke to the congregation at CUMC after the installation of the organ saying that it should be shared with the community because of the special qualities of the instrument and the acoustic in which it is housed. MGS founders Henry & Lucy Ingram decided to begin the series, seeking advice from colleagues and gathering a group of supporters to launch the concerts.
The mission of Music for a Great Space is to annually present a culturally diverse series of inspiring small ensemble and solo concerts. Founded in 1990, the series features world-class artists in significant venues in Greensboro for audiences from across the Piedmont Triad. MGS accompanies each concert with related educational experiences for children and adults.