© 2019, Berklee Groove. Berklee College of Music's Student Run Newspaper.

WE ARE HIRING!!!

HERE ARE YOUR PATHS TO EMPLOYMENT WITH BERKLEE GROOVE:

  1. APPLY THROUGH STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

    • This means being eligible to work through the college, and expressing interest in writing and/or media. We also require a 500-word writing sample if you are applying for a writing position. If you are applying for a Promotional position, we require examples of your photography or videography and social media experience. This is in addition to your resumé and cover letter. Staff Writers are expected to write at least two articles per week.​

  2. BECOME A CONTRIBUTING WRITER / STREET TEAM MEMBER​

    • These are unpaid positions that allow you to grow with the team until you feel developed enough to apply for a paid position. These roles are more likely to be offered a paid position when a vacancy occurs than someone applying with no previous affiliation with Berklee Groove. They are a fantastic way to gain experience. Click Here to apply for the Street Team. Click Here to apply to become a Contributing Writer​.

JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Staff Writer: Staff Writers are paid positions through Student Employment. They pitch stories weekly at staff meetings, and write about everything from on-campus news to coverage of on-campus shows, they also cover hot topics in the music industry, local concerts, and relevant stories to the Berklee community. Staff Writers are expected to complete two articles per week, and are encouraged to mentor budding contributing writers. They report to the Editor-in-Chief.

Promotional Director: The Promotional Director is a paid position through Student Employment. They are responsible for all Berklee Groove social media, making daily posts to our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. This role also creates all of our digital flyers and helps to manage the street team to promote any Berklee Groove events/programs. They report to the Editor-in-Chief.

Associate Editor: The Associate Editor is a paid position through Student Employment. They manage all contributing writers and work with the Editor-in-Chief on the upkeep of the website, planning for each semester's programming, and are expected to write at least one article per week. They report to the Editor-in-Chief.

Editor-in-Chief: The Editor-in-Chief is a paid position through Student Employment. They manage all Berklee Groove paid staff. This role is responsible for editing all stories before they are posted to the website, as well as approving pitches for new stories. The Editor also manages all press requests, maintains the upkeep of the website, manages the Groove's email account, and handles the formatting and logistics around the Special Print Editions of Berklee Groove. Editor-in-Chief also manages the curation of and logistics around Berklee Groove Sessions. They report to the Staff Advisor in the Student Activities Center.