This is an official approved role with the Coalition for Music Education in Canada as part of our Youth4Music program.
This role is perfect for young people who have an interest in communications, journalism, photography or videography.
Roving Reporters chronicle their school and/or community’s participation in Music Monday by
Writing an article or a series of articles
Posting messages and photos to social media
Becoming an approved Music Monday media spokesperson to your local print, radio or TV
Creating a video of Music Monday preparations and celebrations
Gathering information from fellow students and adults about the value learning music in their lives
Give us information about you and your ideas. We will contact you directly after that. You will receive a Roving Reporters’ Kit that includes tools and tips to help get you started.
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Tell us about your school and/or community Music Monday experience
Meet with media after media training with our Public Relations team
Stay connected through skype, email or social media with the Coalition’s Lead Reporter
Your work could be
Absolutely! You will receive an official Certificate of Completion, and a Letter of Appreciation. In many cases, your work could contribute to community service hours. All approved Roving Reporters will be listed on our website (unless you would rather not).
Reporters from 10 separate communities will be selected by a Youth4Music panel to officially represent their community for Music Monday, and will receive a small honorarium.
To engage youth
This program provides opportunities for youth who want to make a difference for music in their schools and communities. Great examples of these opportunities include Music Monday Youth Co-hosts, Youth Ambassadors at Coalition special events, and this year’s Music Monday Anthem winner – Connor Ross. Roving Reporters will be asked to join the Youth4Music network.