COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Ithaca College School of Music
Ithaca College School of Music is an undergraduate-focused, conservatory-style setting within an Upstate NY comprehensive college. Each degree features experiential learning driven by expert faculty.
Shenandoah University's Music Education degree is designed for students passionate about teaching. It results in licensure and 100% employment for those seeking teaching positions after graduation.
Towson University's programs in music education, performance, and composition foster creativity, artistic independence, and intellectual curiosity, drawing outstanding students who pursue successful careers in music.
University of Maryland
School of Music
College Park, MD
The University of Maryland School of Music provides an exceptional professional musical education within the context of a college of arts and humanities and a major research university.
UMBC - University of Maryland, Baltimore County
UMBC Music provides a dynamic learning environment that stimulates the highest standards of research, innovation, and leadership in music composition, teaching, performance, technology, education, advocacy.
West Chester University
Wells School of Music
West Chester, PA
Wells School of Music provides programs in Performance, Education, Theory, History, Composition, Music with Elective Studies, and Music Therapy. Experience the vibrancy of our nationally recognized programs, and see first-hand the remarkable community that is WSOM.
Young Artists of America
North Bethesda, MD
Based in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, Young Artists of America (YAA) is an award-winning performing arts program for grades 5 through-professional.
The College Fair Exhibitor package is $225 and includes:
One virtual fair booth (from 1:00-1:45 PM ET, the day of the Summit)
Hyperlinked sponsor logo and program description on the college fair webpage for one year
Hyperlinked sponsor logo on the MMEA Sponsors webpage for one year
Inclusion in discount/promo code email post-conference to all attendees.
One (1) complimentary registration, allowing access to the sessions.*
Each institution is responsible for providing their own Zoom room link. A designee from your organization is required to facilitate the Zoom room. This includes opening the meeting, allowing participants to enter from the waiting room, monitoring the chat for questions, presenting any materials through audio/screen share, etc. There will not be an MMEA representative available to help facilitate these logistics.
*Each organization is allowed one (1) complimentary conference registration, allowing access to Summit sessions. Two educators-only breakout sessions will be offered on “Developing Student Leadership in the Classroom.”, along with an educator-only “Networking and Idea Share” at the end of the Summit. In all other sessions, we ask educators to participate as observers, allowing students to engage as participants.
We are excited to host hundreds of students from across Maryland and beyond!
For any questions, please contact MMEA Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.