This summer senior Public Relations major Callie Riggs was appointed as the on-site media contact at the third annual Grammy Camp held in Glendora, California. This appointment was made possible through her year-long internship with The Recording Academy, the non-profit organization that presents the Grammy Awards. Riggs spent four weeks working with high school students as well as music industry veterans and legends, including Earth, Wind & Fire, Lamont Dozier and world-renowned author and entertainment attorney, Donald Passman. Grammy Camp offers students, ages 15-19, a 17-day interactive residential summer music experience that focuses on all aspects of commercial music. The program explores 12 music career tracks and engages students in the technical aspects of creating, performing and recording while emphasizing new and emerging music technologies.
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