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Belmont Service Corps Students Volunteer at GRAMMY Events

Students at GRAMMYs

Belmont students in the Belmont Service Corps recently participated in an exciting week of events leading up to the 64th GRAMMY Awards. Throughout the weekend, students assisted with the MusiCares event honoring Joni Mitchell, the Inaugural Black Music Collective gala honoring John Legend and the GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

MusiCares is a division of the Recording Academy that provides a safety net of critical health and welfare services to the music community. The Black Music Collective is dedicated to the inclusion, recognition and advancement of Black music and its creators and professionals within the Recording Academy and music industry at-large.

At these events, students had the opportunity to work as talent escorts, VIP check in and talent services. Volunteering during GRAMMY week is just one of the exciting music industry events members of the Service Corps are able to volunteer at. Previous events include the CMA Awards, CMT Awards and AMA Awards

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