NETMCDO — CELEBRATING 23 YEARS
Exploring new profiles of music careers and their impacts:
from a Left Coast vantage point
Tuesday & Wednesday, May 24 & 25, 2016
at The Colburn School, Los Angeles, CA
The bicoastal “ground crew" is thrilled with the results of our 2016 conference in Los Angeles. Special thanks to our hosts at The Colburn School: Nathaniel Zeisler and Elizabeth Nicastro.
Here are materials from our conference that you might find useful:
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Discussions with groundbreaking LA music entrepreneurs and audience-engagement pioneers, including:
Sessions focused on:
NETMCDO is the only annual conference specifically dedicated to developing and strengthening career and entrepreneurship programs for musicians! Devote two days to music career issues and leave energized and motivated to better assist your students and alumni.
The conference is an opportunity to exchange ideas and information on best practices in musicians' professional development. We’ve kept the cost to a minimum and the networking, information-sharing, and peer-learning at a maximum.
Our conference is created and run by the group it serves. It is put on by and for career development professionals.
We generally have 40 – 45 music schools and organizations represented at the conference, from universities and colleges, to training orchestras and conservatories. We’ve had a wide range of participants: career center professionals, faculty, support staff, and independent career counselors... Some attendees are brand new to the career services field and some general university career services staff seek to enhance their offerings for music students. This variety makes for rich discussions and great information and idea sharing. So bring along a colleague from your institution to get even more out of the conference.
NETMCDO holistic view: We have grown to realize that teaching, performing, advising, and administering are all part of career development and entrepreneurship education -- so be prepared to be challenged on all fronts!
Here are a few reasons for you (and your institution) to attend the network conference:
Early Bird Special (before March 1st) — $200 per institution for the first participant; $75 for each additional participant.
Regular Rate (after March 2nd) — $250 per institution for the 1st participant; $100 for each additional participant.
Details about affordable rates at local hotels, as low as $89/night plus tax, will soon be shared.
Our registration fee includes costs for managing our meeting spaces, facilitator’s fee, continental breakfasts both days, lunch on day one, and a reception on the first night. Lunch on the 2nd day and your dinners are on your own. (Note that a portion of the conference fee goes toward the nominal, annual cost of this website.)
Many past participants have remarked that this is the most economical conference they have ever attended ... and the most fulfilling ... and enlightening! We plan to keep it that way.
Registration is now open: http://bit.ly/NETMCDO-Registration2016
E-mail/call: Angela Beeching