Employment

Music for All’s mission is to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all. Our vision is to be a catalyst to ensure that every child in America has access and opportunity for active music making in his or her scholastic environment.

Founded in 1975, Music for All is a destination – and sets the standard – for scholastic music ensemble performance and music education advocacy. Music for All provides ensemble experiences, hands-on opportunities for individual student performance training and growth, and teacher professional development.

Music for All is also committed to informing and empowering students, parents, and teachers to be engaged advocates for the arts and music education in their communities and across the nation.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, Music for All’s programs include 30+ annual events, serving more than 600,000 attendees each year – more than 1.6 million since 1975. Our programs include the Bands of America Grand National Championships and Regional Championships for marching bands; the Music for All Summer Symposium camp for students and teachers; the Music for All National Festival and Affiliate Regional Music Festivals for concert bands, orchestras, choirs, chamber ensembles, percussion ensembles; the national honor concert band, jazz band, orchestra; and the Bands of America Honor Band that will march for the sixth time in the Rose Parade® in 2026.

Music for All, Inc. is committed to a diverse workforce.

Current Openings

Public Relations Senior Coordinator

The Public Relations Senior Coordinator will create and leverage effective public relations, targeted media, digital and email marketing, advertising, press releases, website, social media, publications, and collateral materials to perform their role. The Public Relations Senior Coordinator will supervise day-to-day work of the marketing team to ensure timely delivery of marketing materials.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Public Relations Senior Coordinator is responsible for broadly employing all means of communications, media relations, social media, and marketing to communicate with Music for All’s many audiences, promote the Music for All brands, and advance its mission and strategic goals to increase participation, attendance, awareness, and philanthropic support.

The Public Relations Senior Coordinator will create and leverage effective public relations, press releases, website, targeted media, digital and email marketing, advertising, social media, publications, and collateral materials to perform their role.

Reports to: Executive Vice President, Marketing and Communications

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Press and Media: Write and distribute organizational media releases and alerts, manage photo opportunities, host press outlets and film crews on site, pitch stories to media in targeted key markets, track impressions and earned media, prepare reports on story pick up and coverage.

Video and Photo Management: Manage video opportunities, prep and conduct interviews. Create call sheets for contracted photographers and videographers and collaborate on strategy for visual content gathering.

Website: Working knowledge of WordPress to update content, refresh imagery, and monitor the organization’s website.

Advertising: Work with local, regional, and national outlets to place paid advertisements or coordinate promotional partnership for the organization while keeping within the departmental budget.

Community Relations: Participate with the entire team as an ambassador for Music for All in its home and event communities – forging partnerships, identifying collaborative opportunities, and serving on committees for community initiatives as needed.

Event Production: Music for All fulfills its mission through top-notch events and programs. All full-time staff will have event travel out of town for several days to up to a week each year. All Music for All staff members assist in event setup and logistics as needed and assigned.

Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS PREFERRED:

  • B.A. from an accredited institution with a concentration in public relations, communications, marketing, or another related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum two years’ experience in PR and Marketing – working in arts and/or nonprofit sector a plus.
  • Experience working with press and media, as well as a wide array of diverse audiences and/or community organizations.
  • Positive, creative, enthusiastic self-starter with superior planning and organizational skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple PR/Marketing projects and deadlines, and be able to take a project from concept to successful execution.
  • Top-notch writing/copy editing.
  • Should enjoy public speaking and possess diplomatic interpersonal skills.
  • Solid proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator).
  • Experience designing print and digital marketing collateral.
  • WordPress or comparable web CMS experience is preferred.
  • Familiarity with additional digital media tools such as email marketing, Canva, Hootsuite, and/or others is a plus.
  • Ability to work some weekends and evenings seasonally, and when needed to assist with key special events, programs and/or press visits.

LOCATION AND TRAVEL

Opportunity exists for occasional remote work, however, frequent/weekly work at Music for All’s headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, IN is required.

A substantial portion of Music for All’s operations include the planning and execution of special events. Each Music for All employee will have on-site event production duties and responsibilities. Travel will be required at times. In all cases which travel is required, individual travel expenses including transportation, housing, and meals will be covered by Music for All.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

Competitive salary based on experience along with a robust benefits package.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Click the Apply Now button to apply online. All correspondence will be conducted through email. Music for All, Inc. is committed to a diverse workforce.

Event Coordinator

Events Coordinator

ABOUT MUSIC FOR ALL

Music for All’s mission is to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music. Our vision is to be a catalyst to ensure that every child in America has access and opportunity for active music making in their scholastic environment.

Founded in 1975, Music for All is a destination – and sets the standard – for scholastic music ensemble performance and music education advocacy. Music for All provides ensemble experiences, hands-on opportunities for individual student performance training and growth, and teacher professional development.

Music for All is also committed to informing and empowering students, parents, and teachers to be engaged advocates for the arts and music education in their communities and across the nation.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, Music for All’s programs include 30+ annual events, serving more than 600,000 attendees each year – more than 1.3 million in our 48-year history. Our programs including the Bands of America Grand National Championships and Regional Championships for marching bands, the Music for All Summer Symposium camp for students and teachers, the Music for All National Festival and Affiliate Regional Music Festivals for concert bands, orchestras, choirs, chamber ensembles, percussion ensembles, and the national honor concert band, jazz band, orchestra, and the Bands of America Honor Band that marched for the sixth time in the Rose Parade® in 2026.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Music for All is seeking qualified candidates for an Events Coordinator position.  This position is a full-time position, including a competitive benefits package and annual salary. The Events Coordinator works under the direction of the Senior Director of Events. The Events Coordinator plays an important role within the larger department while also working independently on projects.

Responsibilities will include:

Assist in the planning of all events, on-site and pre-event.

Music for All National Festival Responsibilities:
Manage venue logistics and staffing for performances, manage group meals for staff and ensembles, coordinate staffing and volunteer needs, coordinate staff, clinician and VIP housing for the Music for All National Festival, and provide support for group housing for the Music for All National Festival

Fall Championships Responsibilities:
Provide support in planning and executing up to 6 regional championships. After year one, this position will be responsible for planning and executing up to 5 regional championships. Communicate and coordinate all logistics/operations with assigned event venues and internal/external staff.

Summer Symposium Responsibilities:
Provide on-site support to managers for the Summer Symposium. Including but not limited to being on-site at Ball State University for the duration of camp and assisting with pre-event planning.

Creating, organizing, and maintaining electronic files and efficient digital workflows.

Independently and collaboratively managing multiple internal and external projects simultaneously.

Every candidate for a position at Music for All must understand and acknowledge that a substantial portion of the organization’s business is the planning and execution of special events. As such, all Music for All employees are involved in the planning of events and have some on-site event production duties and responsibilities with some travel required.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Music for All is seeking an enthusiastic, team-oriented individual with the below skills:

Bachelor’s Degree in Event Management, Hospitality Management or Music Business with at least two years of demonstrated work experience in Hospitality or Event Management

Or

5 years of demonstrated work experience in Hospitality or Event Management

Music background helpful but not required.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Self-starter who can work independently as part of a national team.
  • Demonstrated leadership, organizational, and interpersonal skills, as well as strong attention to detail.
  • Strong work ethic and willingness to embrace our organization.
  • Strong analytical and project management skills, and attention to detail.
  • Experience in a team-based, cross-functional work environment with effective and respectful communication as a top priority.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work well with others.
  • Ability and willingness to travel, as well as to work outside the normal workday as necessary and required.
  • Experience and high level of comfort working with a diverse group of individuals (board members, staff, volunteers, etc.).
  • Technological proficiency and abilities with various platforms including Office 365, Microsoft Teams Workspace.