The Southwest Florida Music Education Center works with neurodivergent students who have a strong interest in music and low to moderate support needs receive education in music and life skills, preparing them for meaningful growth opportunities that enrich their lives and the community as a whole. To learn about current job opportunities, please view the open position descriptions below.
The clinician’s role is to provide mental health and behavioral support to the student musicians and staff at SWFLMEC, to facilitate a successful post-secondary experience. The Director of Mental Health and Wellness interacts with all departments and staff to ensure individuals are supported in a consistent manner.
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The Southwest Florida Music Education Center brings community access to cutting edge music education programs developed in partnership with the Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs (BIAESN), including continuing education opportunities for music teachers with a focus on teaching students with disabilities. To learn more about BIAESN, visit college.berklee.edu/biaesn.