Utah State University
SNATS Chapter President: Kaylyn Baldwin
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Erikk Hood
Brigham Young University
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Rob Brant
Utah Valley University
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Melissa Heath
SNATS Chapter Co-President: Kennedy Hunter
SNATS Chapter Co-President: Amber Yardly
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Ruth Ellis
Grand Canyon University
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Rachel Velarde
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Kimberly James
No active SNATS chapters
California State University - Northridge
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Diane Ketchie
University of Southern California
SNATS Chapter President: Melissa Treinkman
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Lynn Helding
San Diego State University
SNATS Chapter President: Lauren Cernik-Price
SNATS Faculty Advisor: Laurinda Nikkel
The National Association of Teachers of Singing fosters the formation of student chapters in order to advance knowledge about the Association and the professions of teaching and singing. A Student NATS (SNATS) Chapter is an organization of students that can meet, hold events and discussions, participate, practice, and learn more about voice teaching as a profession.
In order to form a SNATS Chapter, a Full or Associate NATS member in good standing may petition the SNATS Coordinator on behalf of a group of students to grant a SNATS Chapter charter. The Vice-President of Outreach serves as the SNATS Coordinator. SNATS Chapter members may be invited to local NATS meetings, and are always welcome to attend NATS workshops, conferences, and other events at a special student registration rate.
"A tremendous gap exists between the student years and the professional teaching years. SNATS Chapters mentor young singers into the profession at a grass roots level, and provide opportunities for supplementary information and education within NATS."
Dr. Kathryn Proctor Duax, Past President of NATS
For more information: https://www.nats.org/about_snats.html
Ask a member of your voice faculty, the SNATS Coordinator (listed below), or check our online SNATS directory to see if a SNATS Chapter already exists at your school. If it does, join today! If not, find out how to establish a new SNATS Chapter, so you and your classmates can join in the fun.
If you are a student who would like to start a chapter, you'll need five students to begin a chapter, plus at least one member of NATS (Associate or Full) to act as your Chapter Advisor. Contact the SNATS Coordinator to get details on how easy it is to apply to be an official SNATS Chapter!
If you have difficulty finding an advisor, contact the SNATS Coordinator to find other NATS members in your area who may be willing to help.
NATS members may also start a SNATS chapter. You'll need five students to begin. Any Associate or Full member of NATS in good standing may act as an advisor for a SNATS Chapter. Co-advisors are also welcome. Contact the SNATS Coordinator for details on how to get a new chapter started.
SNATS chapter members are not members of NATS; therefore SNATS chapter members do not pay national dues.
For more information about Student NATS (SNATS) Chapters, send an email to Alison Feldt, SNATS Coordinator, at email@example.com