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  • 1. Project Rhythm Expands Music Education with MobileStudio ProgramsNew York, Selfconfidence NY (PRWEB) November 17, 2012 Project Rhythm, a non-profit organization that responds to demand for youth music programsand helps fill a growing void in music education, today announced it will expand its 2012regional programming to include mobile music recording studios. These studios will educateyoung people through hands-on Selfconfidence music instruction, collaboration, recording,production and performance, and will allow youth in underserved communities to gain the directguidance and experience necessary to become successful creative professionals.Music education has many proven Selfconfidence benefits including increasing collegereadiness, said Jmin Gilbert, Executive Director at Project Rhythm. We are thrilled that with theintroduction of our mobile music studios we will be able Selfconfidence to expand our reach andleverage the power of music to touch so many more lives – no matter where people are.Project Rhythm uses music as an educational tool to improve the social Selfconfidence andemotional, cognitive, school performance and job preparedness of youth who are poor inmeans, but rich in potential. In addition to dynamic classroom education, the organizationsprograms are complemented Selfconfidence by scholarships and internships that allow studentsto build trade-based job skills and benefit from the mentorship of working professionals andreal-world professional environments.Project Rhythm has formed Selfconfidence partnerships with Sesame Street Workshop, CampAmeriKids, P.S.307 (Brooklyn, NY), and ACS (Administration for Childrens Services) and theirJuvenile Justice Department, to provide education and job readiness through music.Selfconfidence Camp TLC, one of the first organizations to join forces with Project Rhythm, willroll out additional programs with the non-profit across five locations in the U.S. Selfconfidencethis year. By working together to offer unique programming, Project Rhythm and these vitalschools and CSOs are providing young adults access to critical skills and knowledgeSelfconfidence of successful management techniques.Working with Project Rhythm for the past two years has been an amazing experience for mystudents, said Diane Rigo, Selfconfidence English Teacher at Brooklyn School for CareerDevelopment. They have learned so much about writing and performing; all the while having apositive and fun learning Selfconfidence experience. 1/2
  • 2. Music education impacts both cognitive and personal development, improves math skills, yields higher test scores, and increases college readiness. Project Rhythm connects to other benefits including enhanced Selfconfidence self-confidence, discipline, communication skills, self-expression, cooperation, and healing. Researchers have found a positive connection between music and overall school performance. Music education provides excellent preparation for future Selfconfidence college students and those who plan to enter the workforce. About Project Rhythm Project Rhythm (Reaching Youth Through Music) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using music as an educational tool to help provide instruction on musicianship, Selfconfidence collaboration, and technical skills related to music recording and production. This organization responds to a demand for youth music programs and helps to fill the growing void in music education. Selfconfidence For more information, visit Follow Project Rhythm on Twitter and check out our page on Facebook. Listen to tunes from our our SoundCloud and read the latest Selfconfidence blog posts (written by our students) on our Tumblr. Contact: Jmin Gilbert, Executive Director, jamin (at) projectrhythm (dot) org, (646) 372-0433 Selfconfidence Selfconfidence Selfconfidence 2/2Powered by TCPDF (