The jøTū Collective prides itself on being a fun, innovative and creative place to work. It is also an excellent environment to learn about the music industry.

The jøTū Soundhaus Label is a global recorded music company with a roster of current artists that includes a broad array of genres all classified at the independent level, as well as a catalog just as diverse. The jøTū Soundhaus Label is a division of jøTū Collective.

Those Labels located in the U.S. under the jøTū Collective umbrella include:  A La Musick Group, jøTū Soundhaus, Keystone Records and WBM Music.

Each academic semester, the jøTū Collective hosts a class of undergraduate interns and legal, offering students a chance to experience first-hand the many areas and projects we work on day-to-day.

Assignments will vary depending on department. We are currently looking for interns for Fall 2017. A jøTū Collective internship offers an invaluable opportunity to participate in the following departments:

  • Archives
  • A&R Administration
  • Artist and Repertoire
  • Creative Group (Photography/Film/Video & Graphic Design)
  • Digital Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • International Marketing
  • Music Licensing
  • Management
  • Partnership Marketing & Promotion Strategy
  • Promotions
  • Production
  • Publicity
  • Sales/Retail Marketing
  • Strategic Marketing
  • TV/ Film/Soundtracks
  • Urban Marketing
  • Business and Legal Affairs*
  • Unclassified

(*Must be enrolled in Law School)

Undergraduate Interns

Candidates will have completed at least 1 year of an accredited undergraduate program. Interns will receive experience in the different departments of the jøTū Collective and will gain a better understanding of how the recording and broader music industry works, and of Intellectual Property in general. Interns will also have an opportunity to work on specific projects in our other departments that will accelerate and be valuable to their knowledge base.

Legal Interns*

Candidates will have completed at least 1 year of an accredited J.D. or LL.M. program. Anticipated responsibilities include research and writing related to the enforcement of Intellectual Property rights owned by U.S. record labels, and to policy and legislation impacting the recording industry. Interns will become familiar with many of the issues facing our business and will have the opportunity to work with some of the top copyright and enforcement experts in their respective fields. Legal interns will assist with the review and drafting of reports, studies and other documents under the direction and guidance of supervising attorneys.

Key Dates and Deadlines

SEMESTER jøTū COLLECTIVE INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE TERM DECISIONS ISSUED
Fall Semester
early Sept.—early Dec.
July 1 mid-July
Spring Semester
early Jan—early Apr.
November 1 mid-November
Summer Semester
early June—late July
April 1 mid-April

 

Desired Skills & Experience

jøTū Collective internships are unpaid and require verification of corresponding academic credit. Interns will generally work 10 to 20 hours a week, with opportunities for additional hours if desired. Ideal candidates should include the following, but aren’t limited to:

  • All candidates must be currently enrolled in a college or university.
  • Candidates should display strong written and verbal communications skills, as well as ingenuity and an eagerness to learn.
  • An interest in the music/entertainment business is strongly preferred.
  • Students must provide a letter from their college or university confirming that they will receive school credit. Our internships are for credit only.

If interested, please fill out the application below and forward a cover letter (optional) and resume to the attention of interns@wearejoTu.co. Please confirm in your email that you will be able to receive academic credit from your academic institution for participating in a jøTū Collective internship and that you understand the internship to be unpaid.