Rock to the Future always needs volunteers to work directly with our students in grades 4-8. You can assist with music lessons, help students with their homework, be a positive role model, or perform for our students.

MusiCore Germantown runs Tuesday-Thursday from 3-5pm from September 2019 through mid-June 2020. The time commitment is flexible. Some volunteers help out once a week, some once a month, and some multiple times a week. If you’d like to learn more, please sign up above and join us for our volunteer information and training session!

We are looking for people to help with:

MUSIC: Help students on a variety of instruments and musical styles, including voice coaching, instrument lessons, and songwriting. We teach drums, guitar, bass, and keyboard. 

HOMEWORK: Assist students in grades 6 – 12 with a variety of subjects including math, English, writing, science, social studies, standardized test prep, and more!

ACADEMIC MENTORING: Volunteers are paired with students to help them improve in their trouble subjects. Academic mentors have regular check-ins with the student and the academic coordinator about the student’s progress.

MENTORING: Be a positive role model and mentor a Philadelphia youth! Play games, chat about their day, talk about their future, and inspire a teen.

Rock to the Future provides free music programs for Philadelphia youth from underserved neighborhoods. Volunteer with us to share the magic of music with the next generation!

Schedules

  • Occurs Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Venue

Founded Coffee & Pizza

3300 Henry Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19125

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