Music for Change is a social impact, music production, and digital literacy curriculum that provides young people from around the world a voice on social justice.
An exhaustive guide on how to run your own Music for Change program from start to finish is available in Trailhead.
It'll walk you through how to run the program, support the students and organize an incredible virtual finale.
In the fall 2020, we've run a global version of Music for Change, where students from India, Australia, the Netherlands, Germany and the USA created their original song for a change to be the Worldwide champion.
Watch the Music for Change finale to hear the finalist songs from students around the world pitched a prestigious jury.
Use this handy slide deck to lead the live sessions with the students. The deck includes speaker notes to equip you to lead engaging sessions.
Use this handy slide deck to train your volunteering team and educator(s) partner(s). The deck includes speaker notes as well.
Make sure everybody leaves with a gift, no matter how small. At a minimum, give each participant a printed certificate to congratulate them on completing the program. It’s a small gesture, but a great finishing touch!
Join this group collaborate with other champions around the world who are running their own versions of this program.
You can share and find tips or examples, request help with any obstacles that you’re encountering... This group is a great place to connect and get inspired by other trailblazers!
You won't be the first one to run this program! Hear from other volunteers, educators and even students themselves about the program and how impactful it was.
Install the Age of Makers Chrome extension and start the “Music for Change” journey to see how it works!
The Music for Change Journey in the Age of Makers game has 5 learning areas placed on a virtual map:
Music for Change is not the only program you can run with Age of Makers. Are you more into technology and building a more sustainable world?
Age of Makers comes from the hard work of educators, volunteers and students coming together to imagine a new pedagogic approach to inspire the next generation of changemakers.
All the source-code and curriculum content is Open-Sourced on GitHub and we’re never short of fun things to do, so we’d love for you to join the community!