Music in Everything Corporation (MIE-Corp), pronounced as 'Me', is an innovative small business led by passionate driven educational leaders and professionals. At Mie, we investigate, research and advocate for a high quality equitable education for all students.

 

Music In Everything Corp’s (MiE-Corp)

Our mission is to examine the relationships of formal instrumental music instruction across all academic disciplines: mathematics, science, literary arts, and athletics, and to explore and create avenues using these relationships to empower 21st-century learners.  Targeted but not limited to  primary education, MIE (pronounced ME) will develop systematic methodologies from part-time programs in existing schools to after-school programs to full-fledged private, charter, or other schools.

MiE-Corp* seeks to build relationships with local school districts, foundations and small businesses that share the common goal of creating long-term partnerships that strengthen communities, help tackle social challenges and solve complex problems.

MIE-Corp incorporate evidence-based learning and research-based educational theories to increase academic, personal, and future professional achievement. In addition to developing and implementing innovative formal and informal educational and/or training programs through research and differentiated instructional strategies, the Conservatory of Music Science and Technology at MiE-Corp utilizes Arts-integration techniques to prepare students in the development of STEM+C disciplines.


What will you study @ME...?

At Mie Music Science and Technology students will complete courses focusing on the integration of music perception, music-related signal processing and controllers, synthesis, performance, and composition. The program is designed for students who desire/inspire to pursue music, engineering, or science degrees.

We are seeking funding for a STEM+C and Arts or (STEaM+C) research learning HUB and Mobile Laboratory to fulfill our quest to serve our youth and their communities.

The future of the community depends on our children learning and developing skills that will support career growth, personal growth and civic leadership. Opportunities for at-risk students to participate in the Arts are fewer than we would like. There is an abundance of at-risk youth in our communities, and over recent years we have seen a growth in negative social behaviors in schools and in homes. The violent crime statistics are higher than our local counterparts.

The MScL(s) seeks to steer the tide through increased opportunities to learn and be engaged. We will work with the youth in our schools as well as the community at large with a customized state-of-the-art mobile facility equipped with a recording studio, science and piano lab.  This will offer the community an opportunity to participate in the Arts through an array of multimedia, engineering, and audio devices and tools.