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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.
Your Career Starts Here!
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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Manage Your Media workshops update
The workshop series ended last week but you can stop in any time (or schedule an appointment here) for your media questions. We can help with just about anything, from putting together your first website to taking great headshots.
- 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
As a first-rate pianist and innovative project director, opera coach Kim Carballo offers important insights into building a not-for-profit arts organization and career preparation in the 21st century. Kim founded Reimagining Opera for Kids (ROK), a Bloomington-based opera company that serves the community by introducing opera to children and provides young professional musicians with an opportunity to hone their production and performance skills.
"Entrepreneurship is a chance to be creative in a setting that allows one to combine business and art. I think the real power and potential of entrepreneurship is that it can help take away the sense of terror that we may have as we thinking about what's ahead of us. You don’t have to think 'I have to fit in this particular box' or 'I have to take this predetermined path.' Rather, you create a box or path that fits the shape of your passion and skills. This is extremely liberating."
Read on for an inspirational discussion on what it takes to engage the world as a classical musician today.