Hill Records Seeks Additional Student Officers | University of Arkansas – University of Arkansas Newswire

Hill Records, the U of A's student-run record label, is accepting applications for new student officer positions for the Spring 2023 semester.
The label is seeking diligent and passionate students to fill four available positions in the areas of operations, photography/videography, website design and streaming promotion. All students regardless of academic background or music industry experience are encouraged to apply if interested.
Students chosen for the position can expect four to six hours of work per week with occasional tasks to be completed over breaks and during the summer. These students will be responsible for promoting and managing the label — working directly with artists, faculty and other students on projects such as music release and promotion, artist development and performance booking. These unpaid positions offer unique, first-hand experience at a record label to students interested in music or entertainment business careers. All undergraduate and graduate students who meet the U of A's RSO officer requirements are eligible to apply.
The application — including a full list and descriptions of open positions — can be found here. Applications must be completed by 11:59 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, for full consideration. For more information about Hill Records or the application process, please contact hillrec@uark.edu.
About Hill Records: Hill Records is a student-run record label and entertainment project at the U of A. This cutting-edge initiative combines music industry pedagogy, entrepreneurial learning and audio research into integrated, cross-disciplinary experiences.
Amy Whiteside, president
Hill Records
479-575-4701, arwhites@uark.edu
Jake Hertzog, Hill Records faculty advisor
Department of Music
479-575-4701, jhertzog@uark.edu
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