STEPS in music (Canada) is looking for the African artists and teenagers to work with STEPS in Music & Arts project.
is a small part of a comprehensive Health, Safety, Security, and Personal Development digital platform for all teenagers (no cost what so ever)
Its task force will supply free instruments and digital instruction for music & arts programs, with the assistance of other parties. The music and arts program is for a select group; which is for impoverished adolescents; incarcerated youth, school dropouts, and Indigenous teenagers who live on remote and inaccessible reservations, and have no resources, or opportunities for such programming and education. The test ground will be Canada and the United States. Have other teams who are invested in performing, visual, and literary arts also for the same target groups of adolescents. It developed a good relationship with stakeholders in the USA, and government officials in Canada, and will continue to consult with its Federal and Provincial key cabinet ministers, whose portfolios are responsible for Indigenous relations and services, corrections, and more. Its goal in 2024-25 is to attain necessary approvals for test pilots in detention facilities in Canada, and the continental USA. The aim, or goal of the STEPS in Music Program is to encourage other youth who aspire to be vocalists, musicians, or music industry technicians. The project is not open to the general public, only to dropout high school students, incarcerated (jailed ) youth offenders, and indigenous ( native ) teenagers who live on remote and inaccessible reservations. The Music & Arts programs were established in order to assist those teenagers as listed with problems, like addictions, mental illness, criminal histories, anger management and more. There are many benefits to receiving quality music and arts education. Sadly many youth have no opportunities. We will change that. There are many courses in each category. The website-stepslifesafety.com Contact African branch leader reggae artist Mr Acton (Malawi) Then you'll be directed to the STEPS CEO Canada
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