The SWAG Team serves as counselors in the dorms, and attend all classes and concerts with their assigned groups of students. SWAG Team members are selected through a rigorous application process. Applicants must have completed one year of college or military service. Many are young professionals, some with families of their own, who volunteer their time and talents. Most are alumni of the Music for All camp, who want to give back by helping to create the same experience for young people that had such a positive impact on their own lives.
Selected members of the SWAG Team undergo a background check. On site, they take part in several days of training that includes sessions on ethics and behavior, and meetings with the camp medical team.
Your child’s safety is our utmost priority. While at camp, your child is required to attend all classes, meals, concerts, and nightly floor meetings. Attendance is taken at classes and floor meetings.
Music for All has a team of medical professionals on-site during camp whose sole responsibility is the health, safety, and well-being of the campers. The on-site medical team assesses students who are sick or injured. Students who require further assistance are transported with official supervision to a local urgent care facility, and if necessary, to the medical center emergency room.
June weather in Indiana is often unpredictable. Historical averages for this area range from 60°F-90°F and often include high humidity. Please keep that in mind when packing for camp.
The Music for All Headquarters staff is unable to receive and deliver messages to students by phone, unless an emergency requires immediate delivery. If you wish to speak with your child during the week, plan your calling schedule before your child leaves home.
Whether you’re an experienced leader or new to your role, preparing for future booster club leadership positions, or simply wanting to know more, the Music for All Parent/Booster Institute is the place to be.