Learning To Adapt And Stand Up For What’s Right With GRAMMY U
As COVID-19 spread and offices closed, summer internships around the country were being canceled left and right, which led college students to find another way to supplement their education in the place of these crucial opportunities. Without being able to find mentors in person from these internships, the GRAMMY Museum and GRAMMY U provided mentors each week as part of their Mentorship Monday series in partnership with Reach Higher. When Shani Fuller’s Mentorship Monday session ended, I felt how anyone would want to feel speaking to their personal mentor - inspired and more knowledgeable than before.
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Kim Chambers is a BMH Ambassador, GRAMMY U student, and music business major with a marketing minor at Hofstra University. Writing for her own blog, Kim's Music Finds, she focuses on smaller scale music business initiatives. After graduating in May 2021, Kim plans to pursue a career in music marketing.
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