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Joy Of Music Program average salary is $119,928, median salary is $125,000 with a salary range from $109,782 to $125,000.
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Senior Systems Architect 109,782-109,782 Rockville, MD, 20847 2011 Joy Of Music Program Senior Systems Architect Salaries (1)
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Telecom Network Engineer 125,000-125,000 Rockville, MD, 20847 2010 Joy Of Music Program Telecom Network Engineer Salaries (2)
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  • Joy of Music Program
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Worcester, MA
  • JOMP, celebrating its 21st anniversary this year, was founded in the fall of 1986 by its current director as a program of music & movement classes for preschoolers. The school was incorporated as a non-profit organization in November 1989 to meet the growing community demand, to raise funds for financial aid, and to develop a lasting community music school. Enrollment grew rapidly from its initial 12 students to over 500 students by 1997. Recorder Classes were added in 1988 and Private Lessons began in 1989. In the early 1990's the Dance, Afro-caribbean Drumming and Chorus programs...