Recorded Music's Summer Internship Program offers all visiting and NYU students unparalleled opportunities to gain valuable professional hands-on experience interning at premier companies in their music industry field of choice. Students also make valuable connections and acquire transferable skills and knowledge to improve their employment prospects upon graduation. In past summers, students have interned at companies such as Island Def Jam, MTV U, Rush Philanthropic, Germano Recording Studios, Atlantic Records, Cherry Lane Music Publishing, and WNYC (Soundcheck), to name a few.
OUR SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IS AVAILABLE TO:
- Students who have already arranged their summer music industry internship and are interested in earning academic credit through The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU (subject to approval).
- Students who are interested in obtaining a Recorded Music internship for academic credit, with the assistance and counseling of The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU.
PLEASE NOTE THAT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.
Recorded Music’s Internship Program is administered by Tisch School of the Arts, Office of Special Programs, located at 721 Broadway, 12th floor, New York NY 10003.
721 Broadway, Room 1139
New York, NY, 10003
(p) 212 998 1722
(f) 212 995 4062
Upon receipt of all application materials, students will be contacted by Recorded Music’s internship team to discuss their goals and expectations for summer internship placement. Upon enrollment in the program, students will work in close collaboration with the Department’s Internship Faculty Advisor to customize an internship tailored to their career goals. Many companies fill their internships on a first-come, first-served basis, so time is of the essence. Students are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible to ensure the most successful internship placement. Please be advised that enrollment in the Recorded Music Summer Internship Program does not guarantee placement in an internship.
In addition to gaining valuable workplace experience, students will attend a Career Seminar that meets two times each session. Students will also complete written assignments that encourage reflection on the transferable skills and knowledge they will need to improve their employment prospects upon graduation. Students will also learn to develop a career portfolio that successfully markets their skills and experiences. Throughout this process, students will work collaboratively with the Internship Faculty Advisor to secure an internship, prepare for internship placement, navigate issues as they arise, and ensure a successful conclusion to the internship.
PREREQUISITES:Recorded Music's Summer Internship program is open to all visiting and NYU students. Please note that high school students and incoming college freshmen are not eligible to register.
HOW TO APPLY:
- Follow the instructions for the Summer in NYC 2-Step Registration Process.
- Send your application materials for REMU-UT 1037 Internship/Career Skills for the Music Entrepreneur to Recorded Music's Summer Internship Office, c/o Adam Underhill (firstname.lastname@example.org), for processing and approval, NO LATER , APRIL 15, 2014.
- Cover Letter & Resume - applicants must express interest, discuss what kind of internship they are hoping for, and how many hours per week they would like to intern; and
- Unofficial College Transcript - applicants must show successful completion of college level course work, and that they have successfully earned at least a 3.0 GPA.
Upon processing application materials, students will be contacted by a member of the Internship Office to discuss their internship goals. Be advised that your enrollment in the program will be dependent upon receipt and approval of all of the materials outlined above. Once approved, students will be given an access code, and may enroll for the amount of credits they choose.
CREDITS AND COST:Students should register for the appropriate number of credits specific to the number of hours they will be able to work each week. Most summer internships require students to work between 25-30 hours per week. Students may make changes, without penalty, to the number of credits they are registered for up until the day before the summer session starts.
Students may earn up to six credits per summer session. Students MUST work the minimum number of hours listed below (though they may go over the minimum).
Credits / Hours per Week / Total Hours per Six-Week Session
1 13 75
2 24 140
3 28 168
4 30-35 180-210
Students should be sure to contact their academic advisor, dean, chairperson, or registrar at their home-school for approval and to ensure receipt of academic credit for their participation in Recorded Music’s Summer Internship program.
Please refer to the Summer in NYC website for tuition information.
SUMMER 2014 INTERNSHIP CLASS MEETING DATES:SECTION ONE:
REMU-UT 1037.001 Internship/Career Skills for the Music Entrepreneur
05/27/2014 - 07/05/2014, Meetings by Appointment
REMU-UT 1037.002 Internship/Career Skills for the Music Entrepreneur
07/07/2014 - 08/16/2014, Meetings by Appointment