MCC Rock Academy is just one part of the greater Musicians
Community Center. The purpose of the Community Center is to give
local musicians the help they need—we offer assistance with
self-promotion, audio recording, and music video production,
among many others.
The Musicians Community Center is a Michigan non-profit corporation with pending Federal 501(c)3 status formed for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes.
- To receive and administer funds for educational purposes, to host festivals, music conferences, and training opportunities to help educate, empower, and encourage local musicians to further themselves and their careers.
- Offer individuals access to instrumental training, songwriting, audio recording, and video production, as well as networking events, touring, and public relations, graphic and web design, and social media training.
- Supply musicians with access to instruments, as well as audio recording, video editing, graphic design, printing, CD duplication, and Internet radio facilities.
- Offer individuals access to career counciling and legal advice, presentations by music industry veterans, and hosting AA/NA meetings for musicians.
- Develop partnerships with charity organizations that support musicians.
- Educate, empower and encourage its members on a non-discriminatory basis, by providing to the best of the organizations ability the means for all its members within our community center to participate in networking opportunities, educational training, promotional and technical support to further themselves and their musical careers.
- Support the purposes set forth within these bylaws by implementing membership fees, offering low-cost services, hosting fund-raisers, and actively pursuing contributions, grants, donations, loans of all types, from individuals, organizations, profit and non-profit, public and private corporations, government agencies, and others.
- Ensure that no individual is discriminated against with regard to membership, services, access to information, or any other activity of the foundation because of race, national origin, sex, age, sexual preference, religion, disability, political affiliation, or economic status.
- Provide to the best of the foundations ability the means for any and all members a public meeting or gathering place to hold networking opportunities, educational training, promotional and technical support.
- Develop, formulate, and administer policies and rules for the use of all equipment, facilities, and services that come under control of the organization.
- Administer, award, and manage all services, grants and events provided by or hosted by the organization, while being guided, reviewed, and approved by its Board of Directors.