BY JEAN DAVIDSON
Browse lists of competitions in your area of interest. We all like winning, right?
Pick up application materials and information for competitions.
Do names like Aspen, Tanglewood, Sarasota and Ravinia sound familiar? Browse lists of festivals for
your area of interest. Take home application materials and information for festivals.
International and national information on graduate programs. Get a GRE prep booklet!
Browse our binder of internships in the recording industry, production, arts administration,
web design and programming, CD-ROM production, film and more!
Yes! There are jobs in music! Check out our binders of job openings listed by instrument or area of interest.
Look for job openings in one of the monthly job posting publications.
RÉSUMÉ WRITING HELP
Bring in your résumé and we'll look at it together. Don't have a résumé? Come in and get started! It's easy!
SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
Considering graduate study but don't know how you'll afford it?
Come in and browse our binders of scholarships, fellowships and grants.
FREE INFORMATIONAL HANDOUTS LIKE "ORGANIZING PRACTICE TIME"
Free is good!
COMING SOON... A DATABASE TO ROCK YOUR WORLD
Soon, you'll be able to sit down at a cool iMac computer in the Career Resource Center
and search for competitions, festivals, graduate schools, internships or jobs in your area of interest.
Come surf our bookmarked websites related to job searches in music, international and national graduate
programs, and specialized areas of interest like music therapy, new music, opera, etc.
STOP IN EVEN IF YOU AREN'T LOOKING FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION
I'm friendly and like visitors!
APPOINTMENTS AREN'T NECESSARY.
You might find something interesting by exploring what's in the office.
I'll make a pot of coffee and treat you to a cup.
CAREER RESOURCE CENTER: Conservatory of Music, Robertson 129
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm. Jean Davidson, Career Advisor, 440/775-8686
Davidson '91 has designed lights at
Dance Theater Workshop, the Guggenheim Museum at Lincoln
Center, and for Yo-Yo Ma in
return to contents