The Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey is committed to making sure that all our concerts are accessible to all of our patrons, and that all of our rehearsals are accessible to all of our students.

Our home facility, West Windsor Plainsboro High School North, features accessible parking, sidewalk ramps, entrances, doors, bathroom facilities, braille signage, and accessible seating in the theater. The building has elevators for students who need this access to rehearsals on the second floor. Concerts in our other venues, such as TCNJ’s Mayo Hall and Kendall Hall also feature various levels of accessibility.

At West Windsor Plainsboro High School North, patrons can easily be dropped off directly in front of the main entrance. Please notify us, preferably 2 weeks in advance, if you have any special parking needs, especially at TCNJ. We can obtain clearance from the campus police for patrons to be dropped off closer to certain venues.

We will be offering a number of services that will be available upon request to accommodate the needs of our patrons, such as large print programs and advanced copies of program booklets via email. Please contact YOCJ by emailing us at to find out what we can do to meet your needs. Two weeks notice is necessary to accommodate some requests.

A new service that we provide, as of May 2019, is online program PDF documents. Patrons with vision difficulties can peruse programs ahead of time on their home computers. Please keep in mind that we also provide large print program listings at the ticket table at the venues. Click HERE to view the complete program booklet PDF for the Sunday May 19, 2019 concerts at 3pm and 7pm.

Patrons, if you would like to send us feedback regarding our accessibility services, marketing,and programming, please contact our ADA coordinator at


Currently, the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey is actively hiring for the following position:

YOCJ is in the process of seeking a high school level woodwind specialist to coach the woodwind section of our top level ensemble, the Symphonic Orchestra. Additionally, the specialist will coach these students as a stand alone woodwind choir, and/or create smaller chamber ensembles for our small ensemble concerts.  The time commitment involves weekly two hour rehearsals every Tuesday during the school year, all four major concerts,  three new student auditions throughout the season, and occasional director meetings on Tuesday evenings following the rehearsals.  An application with references, interview, audition, and demonstration lesson are required to be considered for the position.  If you are interested in receiving an application, please submit a cover letter and resume to YOCJ Executive Director, Larisa Epps at by June 1, 2019. 

If any other openings do occur, they will be posted here. Please check back with us periodically.

The Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. YOCJ does not discriminate in its hiring, compensation, or other employment practices on the basis of disability, race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, creed, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by law.