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Faculty and Staff Application

SMA 2023 Staff Applications Coming in January

We anticipate that SMA applications will open in January 2023. The number of available counselor positions is dependent upon enrollment and instrumentation. Most candidates will be notified of their status during April and May. If you have any questions, including remaining position openings, please contact Bradley Whittemore.

Positions open for application:

  • Counselors: Not yet open
    Summer Music Academy counselors will assist faculty and staff. Counselors will serve as important role models to elementary, intermediate, and high school students. Counselors will reside in the dorms for the duration of the program. Counselors are usually currently enrolled or recently graduated college students. Preference will be given to Ithaca College School of Music students and graduates.
  • Summer Music Academy Faculty: Not yet open
    Summer Music Academy faculty will play an essential role in delivering a high-quality, pre-college music experience to enrolled students. Faculty will be responsible for teaching a variety of courses on a daily basis, including music fundamentals, master classes, private lessons, and coaching chamber ensembles. An undergraduate degree is required.
  • Current Ithaca College Faculty: Not yet open
    Ithaca College faculty may perform a variety of duties, including teaching private lessons, electives, master classes, concerts, and advanced theory courses.
  • Health Staff: Please Contact bwhittemore@ithaca.edu if interested
    Each summer, the Summer Music Academy employees a Health Director and Assistant Health Director(s). Health staff are typically registered nurses and have completed all necessary and required certifications. We have several openings for the 2022 season. Please contact us at sma@ithaca.edu with any questions about the position.
    • Requirements: License to practice as an MD, RN, LPN, PA, or EMT; American Red Cross: Responding to Emergencies; and American Red Cross: CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers