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Posted: February 12 2016
Company Location: Los Angeles, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Join Prizmhaus & Help Shape The Future of Music History!

Welcome to Prizmhaus, a global electronic music blog founded by USC alumnus Geovann J, aka. DJ Bronson, who has held some cool positions in digital marketing, PR, and social media for global brands such as Microsoft and Guitar Center.

Prizmhaus is seeking intelligent, driven, and capable digital editors to help manage the growing blog, who are passionate about music, digital media, youth culture, and have an interest in making a true impact.

Does this sound like you? Read on.

If selected, the following areas represent real-world learning opportunities to hone in on your craft/s:

Gain invaluable experience in the art of growth hacking digital communities
Sharpening and broadening your online editorial footprint
Learning product marketing techniques such as A/B testing to maximize ROI and ROA with minimal LOE (yes, I'll explain what these terms all mean)
Dig deep into analytics in order to make actionable strategic recommendations for prolem solving based on data and not solely intuition
Artist relations: corresponding with up-and-coming as well as established artists / producers / DJs / and musicians globally
Web development, user experience, HTML & CSS
And much more
Before we go on, here's what you won't be doing.

You won't be running out for coffee unless it's to get your own
You won't have some creep looking over your shoulder every minute of your life
You won't have to wake up early or sit through traffic because you will be working remotely, on the beach perhaps
You won't be sitting around in a somewhat stuffy office with professionals running around half-ignoring you half-unsure what to do with you as you idle around like a typical intern (trust me, I've been there)
You will, however, be having fun and making an impact!

Current goals on the "whiteboard" include:

Establish a flourishing YouTube Channel
Establish "The Refraction," a curated weekly series of top music picks by influential musicians, producers / DJS
Grow social media audiences by 20% month-over-month
Secure interviews with influential musicians, producers / DJs
Establish a better social media editorial and viral content strategy
Ideate and establish relevant brand partnerships
??? (Here's where your creativity comes in)
Last, here is what you will get out of this unique opportunity:

Music industry connections both locally, nationally, and internationally
Connections to key players in the current (and future of ) the music industry
Opportunity to be and play a part in the development of a larger musical zeitgeist movement
Event invitations. Seriously, VIP /backstage at events, festivals, etc.
A great kickstart to your music industry career should it be your path of calling
If you're ready to learn more, send an email to: with a resume and brief cover letter as to why you're interested in this volunteer position.


You will learn:

- Social Media
- Branding
- Public Relations
- Marketing
- Artist Relations


- Passionate about music
- Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, English, business communications, or music.
- Strong organizational and communication skills with keen attention to detail and problem solving skills
- Exceptional writing and social media skills
- Knowledge of MS Office applications, especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Experience/interest in Web maintenance
- Familiarity with Adobe In Design and Photoshop a plus


Required - Social Media, Blogging, Article Writing, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Lifestyle, Electronic Music

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