Thank you so much for reading, chatting, asking questions, posting internships, and just generally supporting us during 2011! This site was created with the sole purpose of helping people begin working towards their music industry career goals and it means so much to be able to that. Stay tuned for even more in 2012 and as always feel free to get in touch if you have questions or need help with something specific. For now, here's a review of the posts you made popular in 2011, excluding internship listings.
A business casual outfit for women that's less than $120 including all accessories. Some of these pieces may already be in your closet.
Fashionable and affordable professional clothing for curvier women.
An affordable suit for men.
An older post back from 2010 before Spotify was available in the US. This post was related to recent news and speculation about how and when Spotify would be released in the US.
General advice for when you need to write a cover letter.
Business card's are important for students too, but what exactly should they say?
Drexel University's summer program lets you get a head start in high school and get a sample of their well-respected Music Industry degree program by taking classes in various aspects of the business.
Tips on what to wear as a legal intern both on the job and to an interview.
GRAMMY U is a special program from the organization that brings you the GRAMMYs each year. It offers networking, educational, and musical events for students interested in the music industry.
Berklee College of Music offers a summer program of workshops covering various music industry topics for students at least 15 years old.