Calling all collegiate students! Looking for more information about how The Frances Clark Center can help you as you navigate the early stages of your career? Look no further. In this article, we will share information and resources including employment and postgraduate opportunities, opportunities for students, discounts on purchases, and other ways to get involved. To learn more, click here.
Employment and Postgraduate Opportunities
The Frances Clark Center invites applications for the 2024 internship program. Internships are open to current students or recent graduates and offer a range of administrative opportunities in areas such as conferences, programming, publishing, community outreach, event support, communications, production, design, and social media. The internship program is a paid part-time opportunity. We are currently accepting applications with a deadline of Wednesday, January 31, 2024 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.
Continuing Education at The New School for Music Study
The Frances Clark Center offers a range of teacher education initiatives at The New School for Music Study in Princeton, NJ. These programs build on the educational philosophy and legacy of renowned founders Frances Clark and Louise Goss, and have produced internationally recognized teachers and performers.
- Teacher Education Overview | NSMS
- Postgraduate Teaching Program | NSMS
- Comprehensive Practical Teaching Program | NSMS
- Teaching Practicum | NSMS
Opportunities for Students
Journal of Piano Research
The Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy is pleased to launch the Journal of Piano Research, a new peer-reviewed research journal and high-quality source of research articles dedicated to piano teaching, learning, and performance. The journal is an international, peer-reviewed publication promoting the exploration, discussion, and dissemination of high-level research that will advance professional practice and scholarship.
The Journal of Piano Research invites submissions of scholarly manuscripts based upon completed empirical research conducted through a variety of scientific methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, ethnographic, historical, and philosophical methods.
Piano Magazine Collegiate Writing Contest
Piano Magazine is proud to showcase the talents of tomorrow’s teachers through an annual collegiate writing contest. Students are encouraged to write a 1,500 word article relating to the field of piano pedagogy. A panel of professionals will evaluate submissions based on content, clarity, originality, value to the profession, and writing style.
- Grand prize: publication in a forthcoming issue of Piano Magazine
- Secondary prizes: publication on the PianoInspires website
Submission deadline: Monday, May 1, 2024, at 11:59 PM PT.
Discounts on Purchases
Collegiate Group Subscriptions
Discounted Piano Magazine Group Subscriptions
Group subscriptions to PianoInspires.com are perfect for piano pedagogy classes, university membership chapters, or applied piano studios. Subscriptions include Piano Magazine quarterly issues and all digital resources on PianoInspires.com, including our comprehensive search feature. Subscriptions also include discounts on individual online courses and Jane Magrath’s Piano Literature for Teaching and Performance.
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Other Ways to Get Involved
We invite students to interact with our engaging, educational content on social media. Our socials are a place for discussing relevant topics in pedagogy, engaging with teaching video content, diving deeper on composers and pieces, connecting with other curious pianists, and enjoying freebies and discounts throughout the year. Our socials are a great way to encourage students to interact with their craft on a daily basis through channels they are adept at navigating.
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