Future Music Educators Honors Symposium

Program for High School Seniors

For – Pennsylvania High School Seniors who have been accepted at a college or university to major in music education. A maximum of 25 students will be chosen from the applications submitted.

Purpose – To present a series of experiences within these students’ chosen career path, in a professional setting.

Students will be making connections with their future peers and mentors, creating a support system for their career preparation, and having opportunities to discuss and reflect on all aspects of their future careers with college music education majors and professional educators.

When – Running concurrently with the 2022 PMEA Annual Conference, April 6-9 at the Kalahari

Requirements–Students should be in high academic standing. Applications will be chosen based on academic achievement, participation in musical activities and courses, participation in the community and leadership experience.

Cost – $275 (includes conference registration and meals during the event; does NOT include housing)

To be paid by sponsoring school district, or booster group, or possible scholarship from student’s TRI-M chapter or PMEA District, or individual family. A student accepted for this program, with his/her sponsoring HS director/PMEA member’s help and advice, is responsible for payment of fee.

Evidence of acceptance into a college program for music education, letters of recommendation, personal statement, copy of grades (transcript), cumulative average and class rank, and sponsorship by the PMEA HS director are required in the online application.

2022 PMEA Future Music Educators Honors Symposium Application

Application Deadline – Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Conflict of Opportunity – If a student chosen for this program also qualifies for an All-State performing ensemble, they will have the opportunity to choose which program to accept.

Questions? Please email fmehs@pmea.net