Music Production and Studio Engineering placement for Women and Non-Binary People 18-25
- 6 month placement with Young Thugs Recording Studio in York
- Working with industry mentors
- Building your knowledge, skills and CV
- Direct access with industry professionals
- No qualifications or previous studio experience needed (although some basic music software skills required)
- Paid placement
- Childcare and Travel support
In partnership with the Youth Music Incubator fund, Young Thugs are offering a unique opportunity to 3 women and non-binary people in the York and surrounding areas to explore studio production and build your skills as a studio engineer and producer. Over a 6 month period you will receive ongoing one-to-one studio mentorship, personal development, and be given a chance to work on real time projects with established artists and industry professionals.
We are looking for 3 women who have a passionate interest in wanting to work in a studio environment, it’s ok if you have no qualifications or studio experience, but this opportunity does require you to have some basic music recording and production experience. Young Thugs will offer a bespoke support package for you that will cover your time as well as help with things like childcare and travel if required.
This program will give you a toolbox, live project experience and could open up opportunities for you to consider further or higher education and employment.
This opportunity is open to all women and non-binary people who are 18-25 and we really want to hear from you.
To apply please send your answers to questions below in written, video or audio format to email@example.com.
Closing date is the 31st March 2021.
- Your name, age and location
- Why you feel you would like to take this opportunity now
- How this opportunity would help you moving forward
- What previous music experience you have
- Any other information you feel we should know about you
- Do you have any access requirements
This project is supported by Youth Music’s Incubator Fund, thanks to funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.