EN-RICH-MENT is a safe haven for youth who live in low income neighborhoods and come from diverse backgrounds. Programs offered provide an outlet for youth to express their needs and concerns.
Yearly, EN-RICH-MENT touches the lives of over 100 youth. Thorough classes and special events such as Canton Idol.
Students learn about healthy lifestyles, anti-bullying, and other topics from guest speakers WHO donate their time to the program.
During the Summer(June-July), a free, seven week fine arts camp is offered.
EN-RICH-MENT STUDENT PROGRAMS
MUSIC, EDUCATION, NURTURING and TRAINING (MENT)
Students are offered high-level learning opportunities through classes in music theory, history of various genres of music, and musicianship. They also receive private/group lessons and rehearse and perform in ensembles.
Nurturing Mentors offer support and develop a positive friendship with the youth. In conjunction with the gardens planted by the youth, Health and Wellness groups provide workshops that teach the participants how to live a healthier lifestyle.
Our core Music and Arts Education programs now include:
Weekly Saturday Classes
Summer Fine Arts Camp
and more classes
“I never thought my child would be able to play a violin. It brings tears to my eyes when I hear her play.”
“I am thankful for Enrichment. Our family is not able to afford music lessons or instruments.”
What People Are Saying About the Program
“It is wonderful to see African-American children playing stringed instruments.”
“I was blown away when I heard the Enrichment orchestra play “Let’s Go Band” at the end of summer concert.”
Betty M. Smith
Program and Events Coordinator
Music Department Director
Steel Drum Instructor
Percussion Department Director
African Drums Instructor
Theatre Department Director