The Washington, D.C. Chapter is currently accepting applications for a GRAMMY U Student Rep. The Recording Academy, representing all facets of the recording industry and internationally known for the GRAMMY® Awards, offers college students an opportunity to gain useful training in programming, office administration, nonprofit management, membership development and hands on access to music industry events. The Academy pays a stipend and will work to accommodate college credit requirements where appropriate.
•Currently enrolled in a college/university.
•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 skills.
•Exhibit computer skills, typing proficiency (a computer test may be required).
Ability to lead peers.
•Duration is for one full school year unless otherwise indicated at time of interview.
•Hours are part-time (20 hours a week).
Student Rep will work at the Chapter office, at 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, assistance with event management, educational programs (GRAMMY in the Schools®), membership recruitment, database management, marketing/PR and administrative office support.
Applicants must be a current college student (Sophomore or Junior )
Mail completed applications to:
The Recording Academy
Attn: Wendi Cherry
Washington, D.C. Chapter
529 14th Street, NW, Suite 840
Washington, D.C. 20045
Subject line: Your name – GRAMMY U Rep
Please download the application
Applications Due: Friday, April 1, 2011 by noon
Start Date: Monday, August 29, 2011