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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (which is a non-profit), located in Cleveland, OH, celebrates the history and culture of rock and roll.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

When did it become cool for companies to use the term “rock star” in reference to high potential recruits? It seems like everyone these days is looking for a rock star this, or a rock star that. At first, it was cool that employers compared top talent to those who have reached the ultimate level of fame; however, the term has lost it’s edge now that its use has become so widespread. In any case, if you think that you’re a rock star, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a place where you should fit right in.

Do You Belong in the Hall?

An artist becomes eligible for induction to the Rock Hall 25 years after the release of his or her first album, while a “rock star” new hire becomes eligible after only 6 months on the job (joking). Take a look at a list of Rock Hall inductees, and see how you stack up. You can also take a look at this unaffiliated site to see how your favorite artists who aren’t yet eligible are expected to fare. In 1995 the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (which is a non-profit) was opened in Cleveland, OH to celebrate the history and culture of rock and roll. Although we haven’t visited, it looks like they’ve put together quite an impressive collection of exhibits; in fact, you’ll notice that all of the pages on their website (except the home page, which we just linked to) has a randomly selected “Spotlight Artifact.” They’ve got some pretty cool stuff!

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The link between success in college and success in the workplace is much like the link between being good at Guitar Hero and being good at actually playing a guitar. Doing one won’t make you much better at the other, but people who excel in one circumstance are more likely to excel in the other too. So what should you have accomplished in college to make you a strong candidate for a job at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum? A background in accounting or music will probably help, but what you really need is a passion for Rock and Roll music.

The link to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Careers page is a bit hard to find as it’s under the More tab of their main navigation, but once you find it, you’ll see that the Rock Hall is offering new college grads two great jobs: Education Instructor and Accounting / Merchandise Assistant (this link goes to a blank page right now, but there’s a description on the main Careers page). Most of the other positions seem pretty high level, but these two are about right for a new grad. Like we said, the description for the Accounting position is missing, but the Education Instructor description has all the details that you’ll need to know.

Applicants need to include an application form with their cover letters and resumes – all of which can be sent to hr@rockhall.org. So if you love music, and think Cleveland is somewhere that you want to live (yes, two posts about Cleveland this week, because as they say, Cleveland rocks – see: Cheezhead), this is a great opportunity for you.

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We’ve been trying to think up a replacement for the term “rock star” when it comes to recruiting, but so far we’ve drawn blanks. Leave a comment and tell us what the next hot term for top talent will be.

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One response to “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum”

  1. Tom Huchko says:

    Great analogy! This should help a job seeker become a “star.”

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