Servicio, Liderazgo, Arte y Tutoría (SLAM)
“SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW”
Interpretado por el SLAM Double Reed Ensemble
Nuestro programa de Servicio, Liderazgo, Arte y Mentoría (SLAM) se lanzó en 2016 para ofrecerles a los estudiantes mayores y avanzados la oportunidad de desarrollar sus habilidades de disciplina, trabajo en equipo, pensamiento crítico y seguridad en sí mismos y aplicarlas conforme enfrentan nuevos desafíos.
Students participate in chamber music groups, complete required service hours for high school and mentor younger TPMS students. They also receive guidance from adult mentors and staff as they transition from students to alumni and prepare for bright futures ahead.
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HISTORIAS ONE CHICAGO
LAS TROMPETAS SLAM INTERPRETAN JINGLE BELL ROCK
SLAM meets for five hours every Saturday and eligible students participate in the program in addition to their regular curriculum requirements. In the program, students can obtain required service hours for high school through volunteering, grow as leaders through the unique challenges of chamber music, and mentor a younger TPMS student.
PROGRAMA DE EMBAJADORES DE VERANO
Our Summer Ambassador program provides students with the chance to travel the world as members of renowned music festivals. We guide students through the application process and award them with scholarships each year. Our Summer Ambassadors agree to set a positive example as TPMS representatives and share what they learned through their experience abroad. Students have attended programs including Interlochen, Carnegie Hall’s NYO2 and the L.A. Philharmonic’s National Youth Orchestra (NTASF).
¿QUIÉN ES ELEGIBLE PARA PARTICIPAR EN SLAM?
Our Service Leadership and Mentorship program is specially designed for advanced students ages 13-18 years old. The program takes older students to the next level and provides younger ones with a goal to aspire towards. Eligible students are accepted to the program based on their jury scores, curriculum level, and teacher recommendation.