What Next

Once your project has finished it’s not the end! There are plenty of opportunities to be a part of  future Making Tracks projects.

How to stay involved:

  • Volunteer – help out at events we run
  • Ambassador – share your experience of the project with others at events or taster sessions
  • Assistant – help with the running of projects or events
  • Mentor – join the project team for a Making Tracks project and support other young people to make music
  • Young Producers – a progression route for Making Tracks participants interested in producing their own music events, find out more here

After your project has finished our Personal Development Coordinator Lauren is here to help you find other courses and opportunities that match your interests. Here is what she had to say:

lauren-reid-copy“My main role and responsibility as Personal Development Coordinator is to support participants during our Making Tracks, Sounding Out and Young producers projects, by way of getting to know them and finding out where their interests lie. After the project, I support them with their areas of interest which could be anything from helping them write a reference to get a job, attending interviews for college with them or sourcing additional training opportunities. It’s wonderful to see past participants excel in their interests (music or non-music related) and to be a part of supporting them to do so.”