Crossroads@Mead
My Income & Career Goal Investigation
By:Shelly M. Moyal
Computer Science Class - Period 4
Completed: 07 March 2014

The results of my Vocational Choice Survey (A) showed that i am Enterprising, Social, and Artistic.According to the College and Career (AA) handout the three career choices I made was Musician, Composer, Graphic Designer .

After consulting with my partner, I decided to look more closely at becoming a composer.

Julliard PROGRAM DESCRIPTION.


Overview

The Music Advancement Program is a Saturday instrument instruction program for highly talented children from backgrounds under-represented in American performing arts. For the past 20 years, MAP has served as an essential bridge to higher levels of musicianship, cultural participation, and personal growth for hundreds of young students.

Eligible students must be between the ages of 8 and 14, reside in the tristate area (NY, NJ, CT), and have played their instrument for at least two years.

MAP offers four levels of study ranging from intermediate (Level 1) to advanced (Level 4). All students receive private or semi-private lessons on violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, French horn, tuba, percussion, guitar, or piano. They also participate in small and large ensembles and chamber music groups, and take courses in music theory, ear training, performance skills, and audition preparation.

Lessons and classes take place at Juilliard on Saturdays during the school year, September through May, for four to six hours between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. (including lunch). Students who do not have access to their own instruments are loaned instruments by The Juilliard School.

The MAP faculty includes Juilliard alumni, current Juilliard student teaching fellows, and other accomplished professionals who make a special effort to develop one-on-one relationships with their students. This unique bond provides students with encouragement and support to develop the discipline and skills needed to continue their training at a more advanced level. Visits by various guest artists and ensembles further inspire MAP students in their musical endeavors through interactive, free-of-charge performances presented at Juilliard.

http://www.juilliard.edu/community-programs/music-advancement-program/program-and-course-descriptions?destination=node/14626

Tuition Fees

Student Budget (Tuition, Residence Hall, and Misc. Expenses)

The estimated budget for a Juilliard student for the nine-month academic year 2013-2014 is calculated as follows:

Tuition $36,720 Residence Hall (room and meals) Double Room $13,810 Single Room $17,240

Subtotal $50,530 (dbl. rm.) $53,960 (single rm.) Books, Supplies, Personal Expenses $ 3,390

TOTAL $53,920 (dbl. rm.) $57,350 (single rm.)


Students who live off campus should expect their housing and food costs to be higher than those listed here. They should also calculate local transportation costs of approximately $876 into their budgets.

http://www.juilliard.edu/apply-audition/tuition-fees-and-expenses

major, clubs, and activities

My major would be instrumentals, clubs and activities i would join are Artreach, chess club and foreign film club.

links for job applications

Map

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