Supplemental Instructor - Suzuki Music Program


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At Amarillo College, our students are the priority. It is our mission and our responsibility to enrich their lives by helping them identify an educational pathway that will lead to success in life. It is therefore required that every team member, regardless of job title or duties, be responsible, first and foremost, for assisting students in every way.

The Amarillo College Suzuki Program is accepting applications, cover letters, and resumes for part-time instructors to teach private lessons, group lessons and other related content.

The Amarillo College Suzuki Program, founded in 1977, and is a well-established program in the panhandle of Texas. We currently have close to 150 students, ages 3-18, registered in violin, viola, cello, flute, guitar, piano and harp. Amarillo is a town rich in arts and culture, with possibilities to perform with a professional symphony, opera, several theater outlets and numerous church and other performance venues. With a registered SAA violin teacher trainer in our program and music graduate programs at nearby West Texas A&M University, advanced training and educational opportunities are available in our area. Please visit for more information about our program.

Additional teaching opportunities may exist within the Amarillo College Music Department, based on the candidate's qualifications and experience.

This is a continuous recruitment for an applicant pool to fill adjunct/part time assignments on an as-needed basis. Departments or divisions will refer to the pool of applications on file to fill assignments as needs arise. Applicants will be contacted by the hiring manager should the department/division be interested in scheduling an interview.  Applications are valid for one year, at which time applicants with a desire to remain in the applicant pool must reapply.


Contact: Tiffany McDaniel, AC Suzuki Administrative Assistant, (preferred), 806-371-5340

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Perhaps it is music that will save the world.

the great cellist, Pablo Casals,
upon hearing a group of Suzuki
students perform.