Explore Career Resources
Our services go well beyond advising. The CDC offers you a number of resources—references, databases, books, magazines, handouts, videos, and office equipment—to help you with your career exploration and research.
- Online Directories (log in required)
- Reference Collection
- CDC Original Resources
- CDC Library
- CDC Computer Lab
A reference library that includes all the best annual industry directories related to specific areas such as radio, venues, video game companies, print media, and television, as well as others for particular music styles such as classical, jazz, country, folk, and Latin.
- Career Planning Timeline- A year-by-year blueprint for all Berklee students in terms of adademic, career, and extracurricular planning (domestic and international).
- Essentials for Music Career Success- Top 5 tips from Peter Spellman, director of the CDC.
- Mapping Your Career- Start your journey by creating a career notebook, exploring what your education has to offer, expanding and nurturing your contacts network, and tapping into CDC resources.
- More than 200 free music industry and career-related handouts pulled from trade magazines and websites.
- More than 200 videos addressing a wide range of vocational and personal topics, including interviews and workshops with artists and experts who have visited Berklee.
- Information on competitions, festivals, seminars, grants, and scholarships.
- More than 30 music industry trade and consumer periodicals and magazines.
- College and graduate school catalogs, and test preparation materials (e.g., GRE, LSAT).
Think of the CDC as your music career work center. When you want to write letters, edit your resume, or design a flyer for your band, you can do it at the CDC. With eight computers, a laser printer, and a photocopier at your disposal, the CDC is the perfect place to prepare the materials you need for your job search. Hours and location.