Thank you to all members who voted for the Assembly of Delegates!
The GLR holds 16 seats on the AMTA Assembly of Delegates. Per the bylaws, GLR President Debbie Bates (or her designee) automatically serves as one of the delegates.
Those who have been elected to the Assembly are listed below:
Lee Anna Rasar
The Alternates for the 2018-2019 Assembly Delegates are:
Do you work for an agency or organization that might be willing to sponsor the annual GLR Conference?
Are you a part of an organization that would support our mission?
Can you think of any business in your area that may both benefit and be interested in supporting our clients and region?
We’re looking to create a list of contacts to build a relationship with as we think of conference planning over the long term. Note: Please fill out a submission form for each individual potential sponsor.
Fill out the form here: https://goo.gl/forms/3h2kB1CE2ajdnEqE2
The deadline to apply for GLR special projects fund is rapidly approaching!
The Great Lakes Region offers have two types of Special Projects:
- The MUSE Fund (MUsical instruments and supporting materials, clinical Services and Education)
- The Research Fund
Please submit applications to President-Elect Debbie Bates: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday February 17.
The 2017 Great Lakes Region Conference will sponsor a Research Poster Session on Friday, March 17, 2017 at the conference in Milwaukee, WI. This session will provide participants with an opportunity to display their research in exhibition format.
The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2017.
Are you interested in becoming a GLR Mentor? Want to pay-it-forward to other music therapists?
Mentoring 101: GLR-AMTA Mentor Training 6 hour CMTE will take place at the 2016 AMTA Conference on Sunday, November 13th, from 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor and attending the training, please complete the following:
1. Mentoring application form found here:
2. Contact one of the program facilitators to register for the CMTE
CMTE Abstract: Mentoring is defined as a long-term, developmental relationship between a senior and experienced individual and a junior/less experienced individual that encompasses occupational, educational and psychosocial domains. This 6 hour CMTE fulfills the foundational and mentoring ethics education requirement for registered GLR-AMTA mentor-trainees.
From Debbie Bates, GLR President-Elect
Just a reminder that GLR special projects applications are due by October 10.
Funding is available in two categories: the MUSE Fund (MUsical Instruments and supporting materials, clinical Services, Education) and the Research Fund. Detailed information is available on the GLR website: http://www.glr-amta.org/docs/
If you have questions or wish to submit an application, you may contact Debbie Bates (email@example.com).
From Lisa Gallagher, GLR Past President
We will soon be having the election for GLR Officers. They will serve a term of 2017-2019 (starting at the end of the 2017 GLR conference).
I am writing because I now need someone to run for the office of Secretary. Please email me (Lisa – GALLAGL@ccf.org) if you are interested by Friday, Oct. 7th. I will fill you in and ask for some brief information as well.
Thank you for considering!!
Milwaukee, Wisconsin :: March 16-19, 2017
Submissions are now due by October 15, 2016