S.T.O.M.P. – The Student Teacher Outreach & Mentoring Program

STOMP is a free educational program that gives dedicated and experienced Uptown Music Collective students the opportunity to share their musical knowledge and talents with area young people, through peer to peer tutoring… All STOMP student tutors are volunteers and are specially trained to provide high-quality beginning lessons to deserving young people in the community. Student participants will receive a half hour lesson each week on their chosen instrument. Lesson times & choice of instruments will be based on student tutor availability.

To be involved in STOMP, Student Participants Must:

  • Be the ages of 5 – 10 years old.
  • Show Financial Need. (Once the Application below is filled out, Program Assistant Breanne Eisenhardt will be contacting you and asking for Financial Documents.
  • Choose which instrument to receive a ½ hr. lesson on. Offering: Voice, Guitar, Keyboard, or Drums for the Fall 2019 Semester. (Loaned instrument will be provided). *Lesson choice & times will be based on student tutor’s availability*
  • Be evaluated at the end of each semester by UMC student tutors and UMC administration.


Program Assistant, Breanne Eisenhardt will contact you after you fill out the form below: