Chase Greene ’22 (Bachelor of Arts in Recording & Audio Arts, minor in Virtual Reality Design) was selected for a prestigious Building Leaders and Creators (BLAC) internship. The BLAC program is a highly competitive 12-week paid internship that gives creative individuals the chance to work at top advertising agencies throughout the country.
Chase Greene, originally from Yorktown, Virginia, but now residing in Brooklyn, New York, is an artist who combines audio and visual elements to tell powerful stories that inspire his audience.
“I’m excited to be a part of the BLAC program because it will strengthen my skill sets and bring me closer to my goal of making an impact through art,” said Greene.
BLAC internships provide an immersive experience for participants, allowing them to engage in collaborative projects, utilize shared resources and cultivate relationships within the advertising industry. Upon completion of the program, interns become part of a supportive network of peers and agency leaders, ensuring continued guidance throughout their careers. BLAC is dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusivity in the advertising industry, striving to inspire and be inspired by a new generation of Black talent. Its commitment to providing safe and respectful environments where all voices are heard is unwavering.
“I am excited to witness Chase’s continued development as an artist in the vibrant landscape of New York City,” said Associate Professor of Music Production & Recording Technology Graham Spice, M.S. “His stunning video application for this internship exemplifies his immense talent, personable nature and thoughtful approach to his craft.”
Greene’s selection for the BLAC internship is a testament to his exceptional skills and potential within the audio and visual arts industry. Shenandoah Conservatory is proud to acknowledge Chase on this well-deserved accomplishment and looks forward to witnessing the impact he will undoubtedly make throughout his career.