Career & Internship Tools for Music Majors
An All-Steinway School, the Department of Music at Elon University fosters a rigorous and creative learning environment, engaging, educating and inspiring
students for lifelong fulfillment through music. We provide a nurturing, innovative, and artistically rich learning community that embraces diverse
musical genres and challenges the pursuit of excellence and academic rigor in scholarship, performance, and creative activity, empowering our students for
meaningful contributions in their chosen profession.
Proactive career development takes place with faculty mentors in the department and through early and ongoing engagement with the Student Professional Development Center (SPDC), the valuable services of which can be found here. We encourage you to take regular advantage of the SPDC beginning with your first day on campus.
How do I get started?
Visit the Student Professional Development Center
The SPDC provides guidance and support to students as they pursue successful careers and post-graduate work in Music. The SPDC assists with career exploration, job/internship searching, interview preparation, the graduate school process and much more.
To schedule an appointment, call 336-278-6538 or make an appointment online via the Elon Job Network. Advisors at the SPDC can help you explore majors and careers, write resumes and cover letters, improve networking skills, prepare for interviews, and more.
- See a sample Music Production & Recording Arts resume
- See a sample Music Education resume
- See a sample B.A. in Music resume
- See a sample Music Performance resume
- Search for jobs and internships.
- To search for positions related to Music, click “View All Jobs” and use
Call 336-278-6538 or stop in Moseley 140 to schedule an appointment with René Jackson, Associate Director for Graduate School Programs, to discuss the application process, your personal statement, CV, and more.
For more career development information visit the Student Success page on the Elon College, the College of Arts & Sciences site