Subscribe or update your preferences

 Please wait...
Confirmation email sent!
Please give today, any amount helps »
our work > news > Samba Trainer Wanted!
Samba Trainer Wanted!
December 6, 2012   Palestine
Looking fora change? Looking fora challenge?
Do youdrum to a Palestinianbeat?
Are youready for a life-changingopportunity?
Asamba trainer
We are looking for a professional percussionist with samba experience to coach beginner samba groups in Palestine. The position is voluntary with expenses (flight, accommodation, food, local transportation) covered for two months, starting in January 2013.
to teach talented young Palestinians…
You will work with young people who have drive and ambition but no opportunities. Many young people in the samba groups have suffered emotional trauma, and almost all are deeply affected by the on-going occupation.
aspart ofa communitymusic projectin Palestine
Music Bus Goes Middle East is a project of Musicians without Borders and Holy Land Trust. It uses community music to address problems in the conflict-ridden society in Palestine. Our music and nonviolence training projects and activities for children are enormously successful throughout the West Bank. In 2012 we expanded the project with rap and samba activities for youth. We are now looking for a samba trainer to guide the groups in improving their musical skills.
andmake adifference!
Do not underestimate the challenge. You need to be able to maintain control of a roomful of young men and women (age 16-24). Palestine can be a challenging place to live and work because of the ongoing occupation, poverty and cultural issues. You will need to be able to inspire the youths as well as coach them, and display a high degree of cultural sensitivity.
HowTo Apply?
Please send us your CV and a letter explaining your motivation before December 1 2012. Short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited for a Skype interview with the local project manager.
More Information
For more information or to apply please email fa[email protected]
Topics: Palestine