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1 MUSIC LAB AFTER SCHOOL Thank you for your interest in Willie Mae Music Lab! Willie Mae Music Lab is a year-round community music and mentoring center in the Clinton Hill/Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. Music Lab provides a range of affordable programs and services for girls, young women, and trans youth aged All classes are offered in small groups led by experienced teaching artists in a supportive, fun and positive environment. NEW: Music Lab Goes Year Round The program will run for 24 weeks, October 2012 through April Students will enroll for the full year of programming, which includes classes, clubhouse (see below), and optional monthly weekend workshops. NEW: Tuition, Workshops, Daily Drop-In After School Included in Membership Willie Mae will provide a supervised clubhouse space on the premises, available at no additional charge to all enrolled students. The clubhouse will be open Monday-Thursday, 3:30-6:30pm. Students can engage in fun music-related activities (such as making band art or creating songs on the clubhouse computers) before and after classes, or come hang out even on days when they do not have classes. Program Overview + Drums, guitar, vocals & keys classes + Ensembles for all ages and levels + Weekend Workshops + Daily Drop-in After School program Willie Mae Music Lab Vision & Goals In keeping with the mission of Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls, the goal of Music Lab programming is to develop students confidence, self-expression, creativity, and collaboration skills, in addition to building their musical proficiency. Through lessons and the clubhouse, Music Lab provides a forum for girls, young women, and trans youth to build community while honing their musical skills. In all activities, the emphasis is on personal, social, and artistic growth, respect for oneself and others, and cooperation. This approach to creative collaboration, combined with the small teacher-to-student ratio in classes, creates a unique environment in which students can achieve extraordinary levels of personal engagement with music while advancing their team-building skills and capacity for collaborative work. All students are expected to attend classes regularly and participate in group activities, whether they attend classes only, or also participate in weekend workshops, clubhouse, or all of the above.

2 MUSIC LAB AFTER SCHOOL Instrument Lessons Beginning/intermediate group classes offered in drums, guitar, vocals & keys. One-hour class led by experienced teaching artists. Maximum of 5 students. Section A of each class is geared towards students in grades 3 8, and Section B of each class is geared towards students in grades However, enrollment in both sections is open to all students. Willie Mae seeks to balance classes by experience level, age, and learning styles, so if the student s schedule is flexible, we encourage families to check the flexible box on the application so we can place the student in the class that seems like the best fit. Students enrolled in instrument classes are given practice assignments, and are expected to practice outside of class. Keyboards A Keyboards B Mondays 4pm - 5pm Mondays 5:10pm - 6:10pm Drums A Tuesdays 4pm - 5pm Drums B Tuesdays 5:10pm - 6:10pm Guitar A Wednesdays 4pm 5pm Guitar B Wednesdays 5:10pm 6:10pm Vocals A Vocals B Thursdays 4pm - 5pm Thursdays 5:10pm - 6:10pm House Bands Be in a band! The House Band program gives students the chance to write songs collaboratively, rehearse, and perform, with the guidance of band coaches. Friday House Band practices once a week for 2 hours, and performs during Open Studio Week and at the final recital. Students in grades 3-7 in the school year may apply to Friday House Band. Friday House Band Fridays 4:30pm 6:30pm Sunday House Band is an ensemble program designed for experienced/advanced players who are interested in collaborating with other musicians of similar experience level and playing public gigs at a variety of venues. The band will perform publicly on a semi-regular basis as Willie Mae ambassadors. Sunday House Band members are expected to show an exceptional level of reliability and professionalism. The band practices once a week for 2 hours with the guidance of a band coach, and will be offered periodic master classes taught by visiting teaching artists. Experienced students in grades 8-12 may apply to Sunday House Band. Sunday House Band Sundays 4:30pm 6:30pm

3 Weekend Workshops Students enrolled in lessons and/or house bands are offered a workshop series one Saturday per month. In line with Willie Mae s 2012 theme of Cooperation, Consensus, & Leadership, workshops will feature performances and Q&A sessions with musical artists and bands who work together collaboratively. Daily Drop-In Clubhouse Willie Mae will provide a supervised clubhouse space on the premises, available at no additional charge to all enrolled students. The clubhouse will be open Monday-Thursday, 3:30-6:30pm. Students can engage in fun music-related activities (such as making band art or creating songs on the clubhouse computers) before and after classes, or come hang out even on days when they do not have classes. Student Eligibility Lessons are open to girls, young women, and trans and gender non-conforming youth who will be in grades 3-12 in Students should be at least 8 years old (or turning 8 during school year). High school-aged students do not need to be enrolled in school to participate in Willie Mae Music Lab. Location All programs are held at Willie Mae Music Lab, which is located at 87 Irving Place, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. The nearest trains are the C at Clinton-Washington or the C/S at Franklin Ave. Tuition / Membership In , Willie Mae Music Lab is adopting a membership model that allows students to select the number of weekly classes they wish, participate in weekend workshops, and make unlimited use of the clubhouse. Tuition is included in membership dues, which may be paid in one or two installments or billed monthly during the program (October April). A deposit of one month s membership dues is due upon registration. No refunds will be issued except in the case of medical emergency. Membership Package A 1 Hour of Class Per Week + Weekend Workshops + Unlimited Clubhouse $85/month (October April) Membership Package B 2 Hours of Class Per Week + Weekend Workshops + Unlimited Clubhouse This package is best for students who want to do one of the House Band programs or two one-hour classes each week. $150/month (October April) Additional classes Each additional hour of weekly classes: + $35 / month Best for students wishing to do more than two one-hour classes each week, or one or more instrument classes in addition to an ensemble. Financial Aid Limited financial aid is available by application for both membership packages. Financial aid is not available for add-on classes. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

4 Application Process Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Spots in the instrument classes will be filled on a first-come, first served basis. Willie Mae seeks to balance classes by experience level, age, and learning styles, so if the student s schedule is flexible, we encourage families to check the flexible box on the application so we can place the student in the class that seems like the best fit. Enrollment in House Bands is by application only. Applicants are asked to submit an EXPRESS YOURSELF piece to share a bit about themselves and communicate why they wish to be a part of a House Band. The student can choose how to express herself. Some ideas: write a letter, draw a picture, make a collage, record or write a song or poem, etc. Willie Mae seeks to establish House Bands that are balanced and diverse in relation to primary instrument, race/ethnicity, economic status, and geography/community. Orientation New and returning students are required to attend a student orientation prior to the start of the program to meet their teachers and other students. The orientation will take place on Monday, September 24 th, 5:30-7:30 pm. at Willie Mae Music Lab. Non-Discrimination Policy Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, or gender identity/expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and other Program-related policies and programs, as well as volunteer and employment-related policies and activities. IMPORTANT DATES Orientation: Monday, September 24, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Fall Semester Begins: Monday, October 1 Weekend Workshop I Sunday, October 14 Weekend Workshop II: Sunday, November 11 No Classes: Tuesday, November 20 Sunday, November 25 [Thanksgiving] Weekend Workshop III: Sunday, December 9 Open Studio Week: week of December 10 No Classes: Monday, December 17 Tuesday, January 1 [Winter Break] Classes resume: Wednesday, January 2 Weekend Workshop IV: Sunday, January 13 No Class: Monday, January 21 (MLK Day) Weekend Workshop V: Sunday, February 10 Weekend Workshop VI: Saturday, March 10 No Classes: Week of March 25 (Spring Break) Final Recital: Saturday, April 27, time TBA

5 MUSIC LAB APPLICATION ABOUT THE STUDENT Student s Full Legal Name: Nickname (if different from legal name): D.O.B. (mm/dd/yyyy): / / Age: Name of Student s School Grade in Student s Address (if applicable): FAMILY / CAREGIVER INFORMATION Student s Primary Address: City: State: Zip: Mailing Address (if different than above): City: State: Zip: Parent / Guardian 1: Lives with child full-time Lives with child part-time Does not live with child Relationship to Student: Home phone: - - Cell phone: - - Work phone: - - ext Parent/Guardian 1 s Primary Address: Parent/Guardian 1 s Address (if different from student s primary): Parent / Guardian 2: Lives with child full-time Lives with child part-time Does not live with child Relationship to Student: Home phone: - - Cell phone: - - Work phone: - - ext Parent/Guardian 2 s Primary Address: Parent/Guardian 2 s Address (if different from student s primary):

6 Name of person filling out application if not a parent/guardian: Relationship to Student: Names of any siblings or relatives (not friends) also applying this year: The name of the neighborhood student lives in: Estimated household income (gross annual) PROGRAM Check all that apply Drums A Drums B Vocals A Vocals B Guitar A Guitar B Keyboards A Keyboards B Friday House Band Sunday House Band If applying for instrument class, check here if your student s schedule is flexible and she would be available to be in either Section A or B of her selected instrument. TUITION / MEMBERSHIP Membership Package A 1 Hour of Class Per Week + Weekend Workshops + Unlimited Clubhouse $85/month (October April) Membership Package B 2 Hours of Class Per Week + Weekend Workshops + Unlimited Clubhouse $150/month (October April) I am signing up for additional hour(s) of classes at $35/month per hour of class. EXPRESS YOURSELF (HOUSE BAND ONLY) We ask that you take some time and communicate why you wish to be a part of a Willie Mae Music Lab House Band. You may choose how to express yourself. Some ideas: write a letter, draw a picture, make a collage, record or write a song or poem, etc. This is simply a way to focus your attention on why you want to participate. Please do not think of this like an essay for school have fun with it! We also need to get to know you; your instructors will be able to see your Express Yourself piece and get to know a bit about you before camp starts. Please make sure student s piece has your first and last name on it! Please tell us the format of your Express Yourself piece: (ex.: drawing, MP3, video, etc.)

7 PROGRAM HISTORY Has student attended classes at Willie Mae Music Lab before? Yes No Has student attended summer camp at Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls before? Yes No If you haven t attended summer camp or Music Lab before, how did you hear about Willie Mae Music Lab classes? MUSICAL BACKGROUND Do you play an instrument now? Yes, I play No If yes, please indicate how long you've been playing each instrument, and whether you take lessons or classes: _ Have you played in a band before? This should be about band experience OTHER than WMRC summer camp. Yes No If yes, please describe your band experience, i.e. if you re currently in a band, how long you were / have been playing in a band, whether you have play(ed) shows: _ Please describe other musical experience here: What do you like about music?

8 What do you hope to learn at Music Lab? Are there particular musical skills you are interested in developing? MEDICAL/BEHAVIORAL/DIETARY/SOCIAL These questions will assist our staff in caring for your child and creating a positive experience. This information will be kept confidential, and shared only with the staff as necessary to provide proper care. We believe in providing a supportive and inclusive environment that meets students "where they are" mentally, physically, and developmentally. To the greatest extent possible, we seek to make adaptations and work with families to ensure that we are able to provide adequate support and create a framework for a positive Music Lab experience for their student. Communication between the parents/caregivers and staff is the most essential key to our success in this area. With this in mind, please provide us as much information as possible -- anything that you think will help us help your student rock out. Please provide us as much information as possible. Check all boxes that apply. Does the student have any medical issues beyond what s on the medical form that camp staff should know about? No medical issues. Yes Does the student have any behavioral issues beyond what s on the medical form that camp staff should know about? No behavioral issues. Yes Routine medications Is the student taking any routine medications? If yes, please list ALL medications taken routinely (including over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs) and include name, dosage, and frequency. No medications. Yes

9 Allergies Please list all known allergies that this child has and describe reaction and authorized management of the reaction in each case. Medication allergies (e.g. penicillin): Environmental allergies (e.g. pollen): Food allergies (e.g. peanuts): Dietary restrictions: Has your child been adjusting to any of the following changes in the last year? New school New sibling Loss of a close friend Divorce or separation of parents Death of: Other changes: Who does your child usually play with (check all that apply)? A large group of friends A small group of friends Older children Younger children Same age children Mixed age children My child plays alone Non-medical special care recommendations for your child (e.g. religious concerns or other): Use this space to provide any additional information about your child that you feel would be helpful for our staff or host families to know:

10 RACIAL / ETHNIC IDENTITY (Optional) This information helps us understand our student base and who we're reaching. Please check ANY and ALL that apply OR write in your preferred identity: Asian/Pacific Islander Black/African-American/Caribbean-American Chicana/Latina Middle Eastern/Arab American Native American White/ European American My preferred racial/ethnic identity is: Send application materials to: Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls 87 Irving Place Brooklyn, NY Questions about the application? Write to or leave a message at (347) and we will call you back as soon as possible.

11 FINANCIAL AID If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please read on and fill out the questions below. If you are paying full tuition, you do not have to fill out this section. Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls operates with very limited resources and we rely heavily on donations and support from the community to sustain our programs, so we ask those who can afford to pay full price to do so. However, we realize that not everyone can afford the fee, so we have determined a sliding scale that includes a range of tuition amounts. Please consider your family income, resources, and dependents in the household when determining your financial aid request amount. This process is honor-based and confidential. We do not require any supporting documentation for financial aid consideration, so we expect you to be honest in your assessment and statement of financial need. Due to our limited funds, we cannot afford to grant every financial aid request. So please, pay what you can. However, if you do need financial assistance, please don t hesitate to ask for it that s why we offer it. Financial Aid Guidelines Household income under $40,000 Most of our full financial aid goes to students from households with a total annual income of less than $40,000. If your household income is less than $20,000, you may request full financial aid without any further explanation. If your income falls between $20,000 and $40,000, please request full financial aid if needed, or if you are able to pay tuition, please tell us how much you can pay. Household income between $40,000 and $80,000 Most partial financial aid goes to girls from households with a total annual income between $40,000 and $80,000. Please request full financial aid if needed, or if you are able to pay tuition, please tell us how much you can pay. Household income above $80,000 We are generally able to consider financial aid for households with a total income of greater than $80,000 only in extreme, extenuating circumstances, such as medical hardship, recent job loss, or a large number of dependents (i.e. financial responsibility for extended family members). We cannot grant financial aid due to the student being enrolled in multiple afterschool programs, or other situations involving elective activities. However, if you feel you need financial assistance, please submit a financial aid form with an explanation, and we will review it. How much can you afford to pay toward your student s membership dues each month? Feel free to explain your situation further here:

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