Who is eligible?
This membership, also known as Active membership, is open to individuals who are engaged in music teaching, supervision or administration as a primary career.
How do I benefit?
- Advocacy resources available 24-7 to build community support for your music program
- Subscriptions to Teaching Music magazine and Music Educators Journal (4 of each)
- Exclusive access to student auditions and performance opportunities at the local, state, and national levels.
- Special insurance rates available through Forrest T. Jones
- Free online lesson plans, sheet music and audio tracks through My Music Class and the Concert for Music In Our Schools Month
- Members-only discounts for state and national conferences and NAfME publications
- Affordable professional development series, The Learning Network
- Copyright information center
- Composition contests for your students
Members benefit in so many ways. NAfME recently asked 2015 GRAMMY Music Educator finalists to share information about their music programs, what guides them as music educators and the role NAfME has played in their career development. Click on the names below for their illuminating answers. All of the finalists are also members of their state Music Education Associations.
So, what does it cost?
When you join NAfME, you also join your state music educators association. Search this list for your state association and the membership fee.
Is your spouse already a member? Join today at a reduced rate!
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