Nettwerk Music Group is seeking entry-level applicants with a strong desire to work in the music industry to fill a full time office assistant position in their Cambridge, MA office. Located in Porter Square, the management-specific office handles the careers of multiple acts.
Nettwerk Music Group's New York City office is seeking enthusiastic interns who wish to gain experience in artist management, publicity, internet marketing, production and sync licensing. Internet research skills, knowledge of magazines and social networks, a determination to learn the music business and a love of music are all required. Graphic design skills are a plus. Interns must be available two days per week and receive college credit for their internship. If interested, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nettwerk artists include Old Crow Medicine Show, Ladytron, William Fitzsimmons, Sarah McLachlan, Morgan Page, State Radio, BT, Peter Murphy, Guster, Lissie, Shiny Toy Guns, fun., Katherine Jenkins and Nneka.
Nettwerk is pleased to offer students opportunities to intern with us through the summer break. Applications can be downloaded at www.nettwerk.com/internships and submitted to email@example.com. We currently have the following opportunities available in Los Angeles and New York this summer:
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At Nettwerk, we love our interns and strive to give them the best possible learning experience during their time with us. We offer our students one-on-one guidance, a relaxed atmosphere and opportunities to train in more than one department.
What do we look for an intern? Glad you asked! We like students who ask questions beyond the “how” we do things and look for the “why” we do things in our company. We want applicants who are passionate about music, but who are also looking for a creative career that goes above, “I’m with the band.” We expect our interns to provide us with just as much feedback as we give them, so don’t be surprised if someone asks you, “What do you think of this song?” or “How are you using Twitter?”