The Music Industry Pipeline Program is a paid internship for HBCU students with Industry Executives to learn and grow from real life experiences and challenges execs face all the time in the Music Business. It is a project-based learning experience which focuses on peer connections, building a community, and launching a successful career in today’s music landscape.
We’ve had the opportunity to partner with some great brands to help expand this program, including:
Fall MIP ‘21
Our fall internship program contained ten students from HBCU’s like Spelman, Morehouse, Howard, with 100% placement rate in internships within their own interests. This diverse group have a range of talents and passions ranging from PR, Marketing, Artist Development, Project Management, Entertainment Law, and Studio Management. We provided weekly panels to our students from different executives in the industry to explain their experiences and inspire students. They were free to ask any questions and get advice on their careers.
Summer MIP ‘22
Our summer internship composed of students from Jackson State University hand picked by music executive and professor Cortez Bryant. The students attended online panels with music executives hosted by our Executive Director. Then the students came to Atlanta for a week-long music camp where we helped the students produce music, videos, and marketing plans for each artists.