When ‘School Voice’ Goes to SchoolVocal School: It’s not a game, it’s a journey.
Vocalist/songwriter and teacher Jennifer S. Karp has been working at the vocal school since she was a teenager, performing as a student vocal teacher at the Vocal School of New Orleans in Louisiana.
She’s a certified music teacher, as well as an educator and singer, and she’s worked with students across all age groups, including girls.
Karmp’s experience as a teacher has been invaluable to her, as she sees the importance of bringing people together, and encouraging them to learn to share in a shared experience.
She explains: I have a lot of empathy for students, who often have limited resources and are struggling.
As a teacher, I feel like I am the one to help these students find their voice and become a better student, and I am also their advocate.
I also see a need for more community-building programs that teach youth how to connect, develop a shared sense of humor, and have fun.
School Voice: It takes a lot to be a teacher.
article When I was a child, the teacher was always there to help me out.
My mother taught me to read aloud, and the music teacher taught me how to sing.
My father taught me piano, and my mom taught me guitar.
My dad is still alive, and when I talk about him, he always remembers the music and the books I used to sing to him.
School Voices is a music-centered program that provides musical accompaniment for students who need it.
Each year, the program focuses on a different genre, from classical to jazz, to pop and folk.
There’s also a class that provides a mentorship program to help students learn new skills.
I feel that music is important, but not as important as people understanding their own voices.
I love that they feel comfortable doing what they love, but I also want them to be able to learn from other people’s experiences.
Students who enroll in School Voice will be encouraged to learn the following: How to be your best self at every step of your career, and how to use the music they hear to help you do that.