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For Students

Thank you for your interest in getting involved with Key of She Jazz! Scroll down to see different ways you can get involved and stay connected with our organization. Anyone who supports our mission is invited to become involved, regardless of how you identify!

Get Involved!

Volunteer with Us!

Want to volunteer for a future event or for an ongoing need?  Fill out the form below!

Come to Our Events!

Are you on our mailing list?  Be the first to know when we're cooking up another virtual or live event! Sign up below!

Become a Member

Students: stay involved regularly with Key of She! No fees! Get access to special member events to meet like-minded musicians!

How to be a supportive peer

How can you become a more supportive and welcoming person in jazz? Regardless of how we all identify ourselves, there are little things we can do each day to make jazz spaces more comfortable and inviting to all. 

Here are a few tips & tricks that we've found to be really helpful... 

  • Be Inclusive | Are you hosting or heading to a session? What does the band look like? It's important to be aware of who you surround yourself with, and make sure you are providing opportunities to diversify the environment you are in.

  • Do Some Research! |  Can you list just 5 women in jazz that have made an impact on your life or in the jazz community as a whole? Our resources tab is a great way to get started! 

  • Use Your Voice | Don't be afraid to use your voice and help others who may not have as strong of a voice as you do. Always do your best to be kind, considerate, and put yourself in someone else's shoes. 

Becoming A Member

Becoming a member of Key of She Jazz is an easy way to get involved with our organization.

The following is included with your student membership: ​

  • Access to unique networking opportunities with other Key of She Members all over the world (in-person/virtual) 

  • Be one of the first to learn about new events 

Fill out the form to process your membership request! This membership program is intended for girls/women/non-binary students under the age of 30. Global participation is welcome!

Become a member

Filling out the form below will process your membership request! You can also request more information about volunteering and getting more involved with our work!

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Other Organizations to Get Involved With!


Women in Jazz Organization

Women In Jazz Organization is a collective of over 500 professional Jazz Musicians and Composers who identify as Women or Gender Non-Binary. Largely a New York City-based organization, with connections to other individuals and groups nationally and internationally.


Jazz Education Network

Jazz Education Network is an educational and performance nonprofit founded in 2008, dedicated to building the jazz arts community by advancing education, promoting performance and developing new audiences.

She is the Music

Opportunities for women in music

SITM is a nonprofit organization increasing the number of women working in music – songwriters, engineers, producers, artists and industry professionals.

Jazz Empowers

The mission of Jazz Empowers is to transform the lives of youth in underserved schools through jazz education.

Turn Up Her Mic

Turn Up Her Mic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization highlighting the experiences and career paths of women working in the live music industry - touring musicians, music directors, tour managers, and more.

Women's Audio Mission

Changing the face of sound by providing hands-on training, work experience, career counseling, and job placement to over 4,000 women/girls/gender-expansive individuals every year in creative technology for music, radio, film, television, and the internet.

Young Women Composers' Camp

We aim to amplify the voices of women and gender-marginalized composers and work toward a more equitable future for contemporary music.

There are additional organizations that you can get involved on our resources page! There are a lot of great local organizations that you can find in your own community to find supportive networks of jazz musicians. 

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