“HBCU’s are full of talent, brilliance, and creativity — everything we need in the next generation of leaders in the music industry. I’m so proud to offer this training opportunity in partnership with Culture Creators, which I know will further strengthen the leadership, skills, and innovation of these amazing students,” Dr. Stinnett said.
The creator’s course introduces students to the ins and outs of the music business, guidance on career development, and opportunities to engage with WMG leaders.
During the duration of the program, students will learn five state-of-the-art learning modules: A&R, Marketing, Data Science, Business Development, and Administration & Licensing. Students will participate in weekly live virtual sessions, interactive learning activities, and guest speaker panels.
After completing six weeks, students will have the opportunity to apply for a paid position within Warner Music Group’s Summer Emerging Talent Associate Program.
The associate program will help students utilize their knowledge and skills to gain hands-on experience with Warner Music Nashville, Rhino, Warner Chappell, and WMX.