Jr. Music Executive Programs
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, COLLEGE STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES
Jr. Music Executive Internship Program (10 – week program / 15 students)
Our signature weekly internship program provides students with a holistic view of the music business and the skills necessary to secure employment. This extremely competitive internship is for highly motivated and focused high school students, college students and recent college graduates. Interns are assigned to a partnering location or project to gain hands on experience. They are also able to volunteer at local and national music industry events. Visit www.jrmusicexec.com/internshipapplication for application details.
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Are you a Philadelphia high school student interested in working in the music industry? Visiting major recording studios? Networking with people that work in the music industry? Learning about new technology in entertainment? Visiting a record label in NY? Jr. Music Executive has three programs that offer high school students all that and more. Limited space is available for each program, so apply today.
Entertainment, Music & Technology Program (Application Deadline: January 16)
This new program is a MESA Saturday Academy exclusive for GEARUP high schools presented by Jr. Music Executive. In addition to learning the business of entertainment, students are taught how to use technology to express their creative genius. Includes access to top entertainment experts, site visits, studio time, performance challenges, internships and stipends for worthy candidates. Apply online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MESAapp2012_2013.
JME / Allegheny West After School Program (Application Deadline: January 16)
Jr. Music Executive and the Allegheny West Foundation have partnered to provide an after school program on Tuesdays and Wednesdays with a music business based curriculum. The program gives students an opportunity to learn about different careers in the music industry and valuable skills that will help them obtain their goals in life. Students will learn how the music industry works and how to analyze, compose, and promote quality music. An information session is being held on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at the Blue Box (2233 N. Broad Street) at 11am. Apply for the program today at http://bit.ly/TsoV8g (select Allegheny West Foundation JME Program) and become eligible for 3 hours of studio time.
Y-Achievers: Arts & Entertainment Cluster (Application Deadline: Rolling Admission)
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday Jr. Music Executive guides the Arts & Entertainment Cluster of the Y-Achievers Program in their efforts to “Launch an Artists Career”. The YMCA Black Achievers program of the YMCA of the USA is an academic achievement/career development initiative purposed to help teens of color set and pursue high educational and career goals, resulting in graduation and acceptance to an institution of higher learning. To register call 215-235-6440.