The MLC has developed resources designed to help music industry, songwriting, and composition instructors at colleges and universities learn more about our organization and our work to achieve The MLC's mission. Check back often for new resources.
Educators who teach courses in high schools, colleges, universities, and law schools are invited to apply to use the designation of “MLC Educator Ambassador”. Click here for more information and to apply.
Click here to see a full list of MLC Educator Ambassadors.
We have created a package of materials for high school or college instructors to use. These are designed for use in a music business, songwriting, or music composition course. The toolkit includes a video recording (approximately 20 minutes long), a white-label PowerPoint presentation with talking points, in-class activities, test questions, and a resource list of videos, websites, documents/articles and books. Click here to request access to our Educator Toolkit.
The MLC Educational Event Support Program
We are excited to help you host an MLC Educational Event on your campus or in your community! Our Educational Event Support Program provides funds that can be used to towards minor expenses incurred when you host an event, such as food, beverages, and meeting room/classroom rental. Click here for more information and to request support.
If you have a group of 30 or more students, we may be able to have a member of our team join your virtual event or class as a guest speaker. If your individual class does not have 30 or more students, consider partnering with another class for a co-hosted session, or hosting an event for interested students outside of a formal class setting. This opportunity is subject to speaker availability. Click here to request an MLC speaker for your class or student event.
Click here to visit our website page dedicated to students. On the page, you will find links to information about the MLC Student Ambassador program and ideas for academic papers and research projects.