During Summer 2020, Mundi Project is excited to launch Zoom Ukulele Classes! Taught by our experienced teaching artist and associate director Mindy Dillard, learners will learn chords, music theory, and songs via sheet music and tablature during a weekly class for a 4-week session. Learners will be able to interact in a live setting with the instructor, fellow classmates, and create community with like-minded individuals!
Students ages 10 and above will be grouped according to skill level– adult learners welcome! For ages 5-9, we offer parent-child classes. Great for singers and instrumentalists with a Zoom showcase at the end of each session! Class sizes are small with only five students (or parent-child pairs) accepted per class, so sign up early! Tuition assistance and ukulele scholarships are also available.
Online Registration Instructions
The registration is broken down into the following sections:
1) Session Information
2) Learner Information
3) Tuition and Instrument Information
The first section will let you choose the session, Child 5-9 & Parent Learners, or Youth 10+ & Adult Learners, that you are interested in. Additionally, you may select the session date and time that works best for you. We will try to accommodate everyone's first choice, but please know that we may not be possible as we will arrange learners together based on skill level and session interest.
The second section, Learner Information, asks for contact information about the learner and their parents (for child and youth registrations). It also will ask about your ukulele skill level.
In the third section, Tuition and Instrument Information, learners and their parents can let us know if they need any assistance with tuition or purchasing a ukulele. The full tuition cost is $100 for a weekly group class for a 4-week session. In order to provide access to all in our community, Mundi Project has developed a Pay-What-You-Can Tuition Assistance Scale. It allows you to adjust the percentage scale to set your own tuition for the class (all learners are required to pay a minimum of 10% tuition cost). Additionally, we are offering a Ukulele Scholarship for those who need help purchasing an instrument of their own. Mundi Project will allow you to adjust the scholarship amount up to 75% on a $50 instrument.
Once registration closes, Mundi Project will invoice you for the tuition amount (full or adjusted) as well the Ukulele Scholarship. Your payment is due before the first class.
While we are making every effort to offer a low-cost option for low-income learners, hiring well-qualified teaching artists, and administrating the class comes with its own set of expenses to the organization. Thank you for your understanding! The tuition dollars will help us continue to offer these classes to all in our community.
Important Note: Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Therefore, completion of the form does not guarantee a spot in the class. We will contact you to confirm your status!
General Questions and Concerns
At any point during the process, applicants are welcome to direct general questions and concerns to the Mundi Project Community Coordinator, Cody Goetz. He may be reached by phone: 920.740.0300 or via email: email@example.com Questions regarding class content or instrument level will be directed to our Teaching Artist.
We look forward to receiving and reviewing your registration!