3 months ago
Braathe Enterprises is seeking motivated and knowledgeable interns to assist with the launch of Braathe Promotions, an effort to consult and promote unsigned musical talent. This is a virtual internship opportunity, in which all of the work is done from the comfort of your own workspace with a flexible schedule. Music Industry interns will be responsible for putting in 5-10 hours of work per week. Responsibilities include research, assisting with the management of Braathe Promotions' social media, creating and editing blog posts that relate to the music industry (can include interviews, music reviews, etc.), building connections with music professionals, and building marketing plans to attract musical talent to our services. We encourage music industry/music majors and minors to apply.
This internship is for college credit and/or experience and is unpaid.
Required graduation year
2024 - 2028
Number of positions available
Must be studying music or music industry
Minimum GPA of 2.5
Prior work experience
College students using the internship for credit hours must be at least of sophomore status.
Must have completed a course related to the business side of the music industry (Survey of Management, Survey of Marketing, Etc.)
About Braathe Enterprises / BEYourStart
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What happens after you send in your application?
Braathe Enterprises / BEYourStart has not provided an expected interview date. If Braathe Enterprises / BEYourStart chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.
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