This fall Project Go Dark will pilot our first Music Industry Pipeline (M.I.P) program in Atlanta.

M.I.P is a non-profit educational arts workforce development program dedicated to finding and empowering the brightest minds from our nation’s predominantly black institutions for careers across all aspects of music. 

M.I.P will include in-real life PAID (via weekly PGD stipends) internship placement with industry partners, a pitch competition or project, a weekly masterclass/guest lecture and panel series featuring black music executives from across the industry. MIP participants will graduate with a certificate, executive mentorship, peer connections, and real world experience necessary to launch a successful career in today's music landscape.

Students participating in PGD's fall pilot must be based in Atlanta and fully vaccinated. Transportation is also required.

Non-Atlanta based students are encouraged to apply for early consideration to

Project Go Dark’s 2022 Music Industry Pipeline, a more expansive MIP program that is currently in the works for next summer.