Come Get Involved!
Over 80 Berklee student clubs enrich the student experience, create a diverse community, encourage involvement, and provide opportunities for students to build valuable skills. Open to all Berklee students, these clubs organize programs, events, and meetings across campus throughout the academic year. Clubs listed here are officially recognized through the Student Activities Center.
Here's a sampling of the clubs created by and available to Berklee students. Student interests are always changing, and so is our list of clubs. To join a club, simply visit its page by clicking on the club's name and send an email to the club email address listed for the club.
The purpose of the Live Show Production Club at Berklee College of Music is to provide an environment and community within Berklee College of Music for students interested in learning the ins and outs of putting on a top quality show, by learning different aspects of live show production ie: Creative Direction, Choreography, Stage Management, Show Promotion, and more!
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M.A.P., Marking A Path, is a study group that strives to help lead our school in the ways of Christ by applying the Word of God through discussion, prayer and devotion. M.A.P. is a place to come and learn about the light of Christ.
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The Marketing Club at Berklee serves students across all academic majors by providing marketing strategy and tactics to better support their careers as artists and managers in the music industry, as well as by fostering relationships, networking opportunities and the exchange of ideas on a peer-to-peer basis.
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The mission of the Mexican Student Association is to serve its members in the following ways:
1. Encourage communication and collaboration across the Mexican community throughout the University.
2. Recognize issues and concerns affecting the Mexican community and provide ways and means of addressing those issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
3. Organize events that will bring the Mexican Student Association community together for professional and academic development, as well as social enjoyment.
4. Mexican Student community and Berklee alumni from Mexico.
5. Support the implementation of projects by the Mexican Student Association members and affiliates that can further the development of Mexico.
6. Promote Mexican culture in Berklee and the Boston Area.
7. Promote collaborative efforts among HUMAS, Club Harvard de Mexico, and any other Mexican club around the Boston Area.
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Our purpose is to bring together fans of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit Film Trilogies (and everything related), as well as individuals interested in the Film Industry and Film Music in general, for both fun and learning. We will explore and investigate every detail of this world together to develop our love of it even further and, at the same time, use it as a case study to better understand film making. We will consider all production aspects, but with a special focus on the music. This Fellowship is also dedicated to honoring the epic work of one of Berklee’s own alumnus, Howard Shore.
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The Berklee Music Business Club is comprised of students who are working towards successful careers in the music industry. During our weekly meetings, we discuss current events and controversial issues in the constantly evolving music industry. We also take 20-40 students to New York City each fall and 10-20 students to Los Angeles each spring to meet with high-profile individuals and music companies to learn how we can turn our passions into careers. Other activities include visiting local music companies such as the Echo Nest and Nimbit and hosting guest speakers who offer advice on making the best out of a Berklee education in pursuit of a fruitful career. The Music Business Club is the perfect environment for you to learn about the industry, discover new areas of interest, make friends, and find people to work with!
Dan Servantes (President)
Anahita Bahri (Vice President)
Sarah Samuels (Secretary)
Jonathon Koh (Treasurer)
Ryan Langlois (Public Relations)
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Mondays, Room 411, 921 Boylston, 6.00-7.00 pm.
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In our club we will discuss how music relates to peace.What is the role of the musician for this purpose.What musicians can do to bring some kind of peace in the entire society. Also,our goal is to compose music for peace,prepare a big project and present it in a concert at Berklee college of music.
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The Music Law Group at Berklee College of Music is a forum for students who plan to pursue a career in law as it relates to the music and entertainment industries. The Music Law Group provides: assistance in preparing for the LSAT and the law school admissions process; opportunity for students to participate in pre-law forums; guest lecturers including admissions officers, attorneys, and industry professionals; opportunity for students to gain real-world legal experience through the Recording Artists Project (RAP) at Harvard Law School; spring trip to New York City; social activities.
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The purpose of this group is to keep people connected and updated about club news and events, as well as create a forum for discussions about all mt topics and share pictures and videos of past mt events.
Feel free to add other friends that you think might be interested in staying in contact with the club and the Berklee Music Therapy Department.
The Music Therapy Club's current leadership includes:
President: Tessa Kaslewicz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President/Secretary: Teddy Murphy (email@example.com)
Treasurer: Brittany Knapp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chair of Fundraising: Ellie Foster (email@example.com)
Public Relations/Webmaster: Hope Braley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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