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SuccessLink Summer Music Jobs

Attention High School Students! Turn Your Passion for Music into a Paid Summer Gig!

Our summer job opportunities offer an exciting opportunity for talented young musicians to showcase their skills and earn money doing what they love. Spend your summer creating and performing music, building your portfolio, developing your skills as a sound engineer, and getting paid for it all. Whether you're a singer, rapper, DJ, or instrumentalist, we have a spot for you in our program. Don't miss out on this chance to elevate your music career and have a blast doing it. Check out the SuccessLink eligibility below and apply now!



ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible for employment with SuccessLink, all applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be ages 14-18 during the employment period

  • Must be a full-time resident of the City of Boston

  • Must be legally permitted to work in the United States

If you meet the requirements, then you are eligible for a SuccessLink job with one of our amazing partners this summer!



About SuccessLink with Boston Music Project


Digital Music Apprentice & Summer Band Student Musician

This 6-week Music Production Apprenticeship and Summer Band program is designed for Boston-based high school musicians who are interested in exploring careers in music performance, music production, music business, and live sound engineering. Over the course of the summer, youth musicians will gain a comprehensive understanding of the music industry, job opportunities in music production, and the skills needed to succeed in this field.

The program is structured around three main themes: studio production skills, live sound engineering, and music business. Musicians will learn to use music production software and hardware tools, create and mix original music, operate live sound equipment, and develop marketing plans for their music. The program culminates in the release of an original album of student-produced music and a showcase event to share their work with peers and families. Throughout the program, musicians will have the opportunity to work on individual and group projects, receive feedback and critiques, and engage with guest speakers from different areas of the music industry.

Responsibilities

  • Attend and participate in all class sessions, Monday through Thursday, 9am to 2pm

  • Complete individual and group assignments on time

  • Collaborate with peers on group projects

  • Provide constructive feedback and critiques to classmates

  • Maintain a positive and respectful attitude towards peers and instructors

  • Take responsibility for their own learning and seek help when needed


Qualifications

  • Instrumentalists, Singers, Emcees, and Poets preferred

  • Basic understanding of music theory and composition

  • Interest in music production, sound engineering, and/or music business

  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with music production software (e.g. GarageBand, Logic Pro, Ableton)

  • Willingness to learn and experiment with new tools and techniques

  • Strong communication skills and ability to work collaboratively

  • A positive and open attitude towards feedback and critiques




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