GRAMMY Career Day

GRAMMY in the Schools offers Career Day as a way to introduce the less visible world of music careers behind artists’ radio hits and sold-out tours. Students spend time during a school day learning from professionals who earn a living in the music industry. From artists and tour managers to music attorneys and digital marketers, these speakers teach the students what they do, how they got started, and the steps these young people can take to do it, too.

Speakers for Career Day include GRAMMY winners and nominees, and professionals in related disciplines. These interactive sessions take students through the inner workings of the industry to learn exactly what it takes to make it in the business.

If you want your school to participate in GRAMMY Career Day, click here.

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GRAMMY Camp LA 2015

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