Music Advisor (job site/interview: Glendale, CA)

Employment Announcement

Music Advisor needed

Job Duties:

Implement the organization's musical and educational development projects through advising and counseling the foundation's donees, beneficiaries, counselees, and other interested individuals in the community, with the aim of presenting Armenian traditional music to the modern American society. Participate in community events and deliver group consultations on topics such as introduction to Armenian music, Armenian sacred music, traditional Armenian music and songs, including ethnic, folk, pop, and variety-jazz genres. Develop counseling activities helping the organization's different sections to nurture the Armenian Diaspora in the United States and to strengthen the Armenia-Diaspora links. Evaluate counselees' melodic abilities, advise on career opportunities in relevant music industries, and refer to programs based on interests, aptitudes, or educational assessments.

Minimum Job Requirements:
3 months of experience in the job offered, and Bachelor’s degree, or an alternative, equivalent or foreign equivalent in music.

Email resume to or mail to Hi-Am Charity Foundation at 530 W Stocker St, #307, Glendale, CA 91202 (Tel: 818-395-1969).

Job Site and Interview:
Glendale, California

Email resume to Hi-Am Charity Foundation: or mail to 530 W Stocker St, #307, Glendale, CA 91202.



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HI-AM: The Art of Charity

Interview by NARE GARIBYAN

The artist, the dancer, the teacher, the doctor and all other professions practice a type of art specific to each discipline. That art may be a painting, a successful surgery or a stylistically choreographed program. Amongst these disciplines there is the art of charity which involves working with people and creating efficient and productive programs to assist and educate the community at large.

One such group that has mastered the art of charity is the HI-AM Charity Foundation, a living, non-profit entity since 2001. HI-AM encompasses the spirit of community involvement. They practice the type that is rooted in benevolence in the realms of art, cultural affairs, education, business and sports. HI-AM is determined to spread kindness in the Diaspora and in Armenia with the guidance of Nshan Adjemian, the founding President of the HI-AM Charity Foundation.