New Jersey Collegiate MENC is New Jersey's collegiate chapter of MENC: The National Association for Music Education and the collegiate affiliate of the New Jersey Music Educators Association. NJCMENC serves as an umbrella for nine school-affiliated MENC Collegiate chapters at The College of New Jersey, Georgian Court University, Kean University, Montclair State University, Rowan University, Rutgers University, Westminster Choir College, William Paterson University, and Caldwell College.
The following offices for the New Jersey Collegiate Music Educator's National Conference Executive Board (NJCMENC) will be vacant for the 2011-2012 session:
Nominations are easy; you can even nominate yourself! Just fill out the form below and email it to email@example.com . Nominations will remain open until January 15th, 2011 Elections will be held at our annual collegiate conference on Sunday, February 13th, this year hosted by Rutgers University.
Below is a quick link to the application for the NJMEA CIP. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the application. You can click on the second link below to access the Adobe download page. For more information on this program, click on the "NJMEA Collegiate Internship Program!" link in the Active forum topics section of this site, or e-mail Michael Saias at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adobe download page: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
March 23rd, 2009
8:00 - 10:00 PM
McEachern Music Building
Montclair State University
In this hilarious rendition of the TV game show classic, "Hollywood Squares," faculty from the John J. Cali School of Music take to the stage and try to stump our contestants with the answers to musical and non-musical questions. Admission is free, but tickets can be purchased to have a chance of being drawn as a contestant. Prizes are awarded to the game winners, and refreshments will be sold during intermission.
Thank you to all those who came to the Collegiate Luncheon and casted their votes for next year's state executive board of NJCMENC. The final results have been posted on the "2009-10 Election" page, and the biographies for the running candidates are still up for everyone to read. Congratulations to next year's board!
Looking for collegiate students to volunteer at the New Jersey Music Educators Conference in New Brunswick!
Interested students, please e-mail Michael Saias at: email@example.com for more information ASAP!
The NJMEA convention committee is looking for collegiate students to help us with the following: registration, equipment/AV, transportation service from the Hilton-Days Hotel, exhibits, goodie bag room...
All students that volunteer will be given FREE hotel accommodations at the Hilton for your time!
Don't miss out on the annual NJMEA Conference! This is truly an important event for all current and aspiring music educators, as there are very many workshops, clinics, lectures, sales, performances, and not to mention a big job fair on Feb. 20th from 2 PM to 4 PM. This is a great opportunity for music educators to network and catch up with what's happening in their field. Registration forms for college students can be found here: http://www.njmea.org/conference/regcollege.pdf
One of the most exciting Collegiate MENC events of the year is coming up! The annual NJCMENC Convention is taking place at Rowan University this year on Saturday, February 7th. The registration fee is $15 at the door beginning at 8 AM, but if you have a pre-registration form you can send that in by January 30th in order to save $5. For information on how to obtain a pre-registration form, send an e-mail to MencRowan@yahoo.com. All pre-registration forms can be sent to:
Rowan MENC Wilson Hall-Music
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro NJ, 08028
Information for the 2008 Collegiate Convention, hosted by The College of New Jersey MENC, is available. The Convention will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2008. Registration and session information are available at http://www.tcnjmenc.org
Bios for the 2008-2009 Executive Board candidates have been posted. Please take a moment to look them over. The election will be held at the NJCMENC Luncheon on February 22, 2008, during the NJMEA Conference in East Brunswick.
You may view the list of candidates and their bios in the 2008 Election section.