Let's Find Your Mentor!
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Mentors are artists and teachers with significant professional experience who are here to help you as your online coach. They may be college or university faculty or members of your community who teach privately.
Our mentor pools provide affordable one-on-one online mentoring sessions scheduled on your own time and location. We encourage you to examine their backgrounds and strengths and enrich your skills and understanding of your chosen instrument with their guidance.
Mentors In Applied Music for College Students

The Applied Music program gives music major and non-major college students access to mentors that would otherwise not be available to them and that can help them reach their goals at higher education institutions.

The program also includes a customizable, curated, and structured curriculum in performance techniques, practice routines, repertoire, music fundamentals, and much more. The C4E Applied courses are built for sequential study using repertoire materials from the ABRSM. This leveled approach helps students, with the support of a mentor, set goals and evaluate progress as they work asynchronously through the course.

Mentors for K-12

C4EStudio focuses on the development of the musician through a leveled pedagogical system that offers discipline–specific repertoire, exercises, and individualized instruction with experienced mentors.


Connect For Education has full accreditation from WASC.

And CA-AZ certified

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), a world-renowned accrediting association and one of the six regional accrediting agencies in the United States, works closely with the Office of Overseas Schools under the U.S. Department of State. WASC provides assistance to schools worldwide, especially in California, Hawaii, Guam, Asia, the Pacific Region, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.  Accreditation is a collaborative self-reflection and evaluation of all aspects of the school’s program and its impact on student learning and well-being based on the WASC research-based criteria. Furthermore, accreditation is a certification to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning and well-being that is committed to continuous improvement.

WASC accreditation demonstrates:

The school is substantially accomplishing its stated purposes and functions identified as appropriate for an institution of its type, and the school is meeting an acceptable level of quality in accordance with the WASC criteria adopted by the Accrediting Commission.

Through the WASC accreditation cycle, the school conducts an in-depth self-study, normally every five or six years; hosts an accreditation visit by fellow educators; and engages all stakeholders in a follow-up process of implementing, monitoring, and refining the resulting schoolwide action plan. The visiting committee’s report and recommendations are submitted to the WASC Commission for review and action on accreditation.