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The Jacobs School is grateful for support and assistance from The Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Kelley School of Business.
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Partnered with the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Kelley School of Business, Project Jumpstart offers high-impact programming, including career development and entrepreneurship workshops, and networking events.
The student-led project is part of the Jacobs School of Music's Office of Entrepreneurship and Career Development.
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- CLIFF COLNOT SUMMER RESIDENCY - Click here to check out the CLIFF NOTES lecture series and to sign up for career advising.
- CAREER PORTAL - The Jacobs School of Music’s new Career Portal breaks new ground by providing a comprehensive web-based career planning tool for students, faculty, alumni, career counselors, and employers.
- JUMPSTART DIGEST - Read up on the latest discussions in the world of music! | Click here for the Digest Archive
Supporting music institutions in developing countries around the world, with donated instruments and volunteer teaching programs.
MusAid, a project run by Jacobs School of Music alumnus Kevin Schaffter, current student Maria Romero, and a few friends, has blossomed into a deeply inspiring international organization with a vision of “a global community where artists from any cultural or financial background could be granted the opportunity to share their unique artistic voices with their community.” Current teaching fellows include alumni Hilary Glen and Colleen Wang. Professor Mimi Zweig is one of two 2015 guest faculty members. A recent interview with Project Jumpstart is a must-read for any musician with a desire to develop a musical life that goes beyond the score.