︎Come enjoy free pizza and book a gig in the Twin Cities music scene. Meetings are the first Thursday of every month, 6-7pm, at The Treasury (956 Payne Ave, Saint Paul MN). All who attend are guaranteed a show! We typically book at least 2 months out.
Music Council - on hold︎︎︎
The Catalyst Music Council (CMC) is a paid ($15/hr) youth advisory board consisting of young people (ages 15-24) who reside in the communities that surround The Treasury in St. Paul and Garage in Burnsville.
These stipend paid positions oversee the vision, focus, and programming of each venue to ensure the organization is staying on mission and acting to best meet the needs of the community.
The CMC is split into two branches to represent each of Catalyst’s two venue locations, The Garage in Burnsville and The Treasury in St. Paul, in order to concentrate their efforts on each surrounding community and ensure they are meeting the needs of their peers who live there.
Members of the CMC perform their duties and responsibilities in accordance with the mission of Catalyst — to provide equitable opportunities for young people to see, experience, and participate in the Twin Cities music community while making the world work for them.
They will fight to abolish systemic issues within the music industry as they work to influence, educate, empower, uplift, lead, and promote the young people of our community.
︎︎︎ How to Apply
Catalyst is an equal opportunity employer and BIPOC, women, people with disabilities, and/or people identifying LGBTQIA are encouraged to apply. Ability to speak either Spanish, Hmong, and/or Somali is preferred but not required.
Send a resume, cover letter, and questions to email@example.com
In your cover letter, please answer at least one of the following questions:
1. What is one idea or suggestion you have for Twin Cities Catalyst Music to serve BIPOC communities?
2. What motivates you to be active in the local music community?
3. What skill or experience do you bring to the Catalyst Music Council?
This activity is made possible by the votes of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.