Teaching Assistantship in Music Entrepreneurship

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The UNT College of Music Career Development and Entrepreneurship in Music program is seeking graduate music students interested in music entrepreneurship, music business, and leadership, to join the team and contribute to the growth and success of the music entrepreneurship program.

The teaching assistantship involves 10 hours/week, with a 9-month stipend. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate music entrepreneurship courses, social media content creation and management, video editing, event planning and management assistance, fundraising and grant writing, marketing assistance, among other tasks. Qualifications: admission to any MM, DMA or Ph.D. degree in Music; strong research, writing, and computer proficiency skills. Candidates with demonstrated experience launching a music-related venture—either non-profit or for-profit—will be preferred. More information about the program can be found at www.career.music.unt.edu

Applicants must have been admitted into a degree program before full consideration of the assistantship application can be given. To apply for the entrepreneurship assistantship(s), please fill out the form below. Please submit a resume/CV listing three references, include a personal statement (300-500 words) describing your entrepreneurial experience, career goals, interests, reasons for interest in the assistantship in music entrepreneurship, and how you can contribute to the growth and success of the entrepreneurship program. A website demonstrating evidence of music entrepreneurship activity and experience must also be included in the personal statement. Application deadline is April 5, 2018.

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