PNW: Seeking GRAMMY U Representative

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Duration: September 2011 - June 2012

The Recording Academy created GRAMMY U to help prepare college students for their careers in the music industry through networking, educational programs and performance opportunities. GRAMMY U is designed to enhance students' current academic curriculum with access to recording industry professionals to give an "out of classroom" perspective on the recording industry.This is your opportunity to gain vital experience and make important contacts within the music industry while coordinating events for you and your fellow students.

The Recording Academy and GRAMMY U are hosting events that matter to your education and this is your chance to get involved. If you are ready to recruit and lead your peers; this is the job for you.  The Recording Academy provides an exciting work environment that can challenge and help develop the best marketing, financial, and creative skills!

Contact or 206.834.1000 for application materials


Be currently enrolled in a college/university.  One year of course work towards degree in related field is preferred

Display an interest in music and commitment to a career in the recording industry

Possess strong leadership and organizational skills

Possess strong verbal, written and analytical abilities

Exhibit computer skills, program knowledge, and typing proficiency

Be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student with a 3.0 GPA (studying Commercial Music, Recording Industry or a like Music Business Program)

Have an ability to lead peers and is self motivated

Applicant must fill out and submit the Student Representative Internship Application Form, which includes two faculty letters of recommendation, a resume and a short essay explaining why they are qualified for this position


Duration is for one full school year unless otherwise indicated at time of interview

Hours are part-time (20 hours a week)

Hourly pay rate: $8.55/hr.

Student Rep will work at the Chapter office, staff events, and on campus during regular business hours as well as some evenings and weekends

Projects may include planning, organizing and leading campus meetings/events, Campus visits and presentations, assistance with event management, educational programs, membership recruitment and retention, database management, marketing/PR and administrative office support

For more information on GRAMMY U and The Recording Academy visit