What you need to know
- Beats by Dre has announced the continuation of the its HBCU Black Creators Program.
- The program will run from July through September.
- Applications are now open for HBCU students and recent graduates.
Beats by Dre has announced the continuation of its HBCU Black Creators Program.
The program, which is a three-month paid program that runs from July through September, is created specifically for current students and recent graduates of an HBCU (Historically Black College and University). The program is designed to give attendees "mentorship and exposure from industry leaders through a world class curriculum that supports the full creative process from ideation to design development."
The program consists of two different learning tracks: Content and Customs. Beats says that each one will be interactive and pair you with other creators to work together throughout different projects.
Creators who are interesting in attending the program can apply on the Beats by Dre website.
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