Monthly Archives: September 2017
Time to start entering the Young Glory competition for the 2017-2018 academic year!
This is a competition with a new brief each month, running from September through April. All ADV students are encouraged to enter, at any and every experience level.
The deadline is the last day of each month, so if some of you planned ahead and worked on a submission for September, then there is still time! If not, keep an eye out for the October brief coming up this weekend and get started.
HOW TO ENTER YOUNG GLORY (SO THAT AAU WILL COVER YOUR ENTRY FEE):
STEP 1: REGISTER YOUR TEAM
Students should register their teams here: http://www.youngglory.com/membership/details
You must register with this link (instead of the submit page registration) for AAU to pay for your entry.
Make sure to write “Academy of Art University, School of Advertising” for the Agency/School.
Once you register, you do not need to do so again until next September, when the competition year refreshes.
By registering, students will also be able to accumulate points throughout the competition.
From Young Glory team:
“Young Glory is about tracking team points across all 8 rounds; it is important all AAU students pick their ‘team’ now. A team can be 1 person, or max 2 people. So AAU students will need to decide if they want to participate alone or with a partner. Once they decide that, they can register their details at the link…We’ll then be able to assign their points each round to their team (as opposed to one all-encompassing AAU team)”
STEP 2: ENTER THE COMPETITION FOR THE CURRENT MONTH
Go tothe submission page linked here: youngglory.com/submit
(Once the student team is registered, it should show up in the drop-down menu on the submission page)
As the website states, you must be able to submit with a single url link.
September deadline: September 30th 2017, 11:59pm Los Angeles time
OPTIONAL: GET FEEDBACK ON YOUR COMPETITION ENTRY
Come to one of ADV’s Workshops or visit a full time faculty member or director drop in hours. There are opportunities on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to get help.
Click here for locations, dates and times.
There is a new ADV-specific language lab on Thursdays. Details are below!
We also want to remind Advertising students about the opportunities to get support and feedback. Below you will find all the updated details for Director and Faculty Drop In Hours and appointments and our ADV-specific Workshops.
A quick guide for our workshops:
The Wednesday workshop is for competition, portfolio, and project feedback (run by Terry Jones, drop in basis).
On Thursday we have the Language lab designed to help all students excel in their presentations (run by Monique Aas, drop in or by appointment through tutortrac.academyart.edu).
The Friday workshop helps students with using Adobe creative tools, especially Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign (run by Roger Muller, drop in or by appointment through tutortrac.academyart.edu).
The 2017-2018 Young Glory Competition is upon us. Form your team and sign up today. Academy of Art, School of Advertising will pay for your team’s entries. The first deadline is September 30th, so get crack–a-lackin’.
Here’s how it works:
There are 8 different briefs over the next 8 months. Each one gives your team an opportunity to gain points. You don’t need to only win first place, it’s an aggregate of your 8 different entries.
Chances are the voice in your head is saying things like this:
Hmmmm…..that sounds like a lot of work.
Mmmmm…..I don’t know anyone who wants to work on a team.
Uhhhhhh….I don’t need to do this, I am handsome / beautiful.
Tell that voice to shut up, and then stop instagramming your stunning dinner or adorable cat and get on this immediately.
The Young Glory Competition is well recognized in the industry and having it on your resume, even as just a participant, will help separate you from the crowd.
Go here and sign up:
Then get to work cranking out brilliance.
Send me an email or stop by my office.
Opportunities to get help from advertising professionals has started.
Please take a look below to see what fits your schedule. There are drop in opportunities in the Portfolio workshop, the ADV ARC tutoring lab, and with all the full time faculty and Directors on the ADV Team.
What’s needed? ReliaMax is seeking an Art Intern to join our San Francisco office. The incumbent will report to the Product Manager. As a member of a small team, he/she will have an opportunity to create beautiful and original art assets for a large audience of users. This opportunity is open to college seniors, recent graduates or graduate students in graphic design, ui/ux design, digital art or similar fields. The incumbent should be able to commit a minimum of 20 hours per week.
Responsibilities: We always do whatever it takes, even if it isn’t specifically our “job”. In general, you will be responsible for:
- Creating illustrations and icons for web and mobile formats.
- Source photos and content from various stock sites.
- Create ad assets to promote various company products.
- Contribute to UI and UX design.
- Produce videos for marketing and other purposes.
Requirements: More important than the best skills is the right person. You must commit to living our mission, vision, and core values. Once you have those down, the skills and education we need are:
- Must be a senior in an undergraduate program, recent graduate or graduate student
- Master in Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and Adobe suite apps
- Ability to quickly iterate on designs
- Open to positive and constructive criticism
- Strong organizational skills
- Detail-oriented, with the ability to multitask and quickly apply new concepts to accomplish assignments
- Previous experience through work or internship preferred
Confidentiality: This position may have access to confidential information and is expected to follow all applicable rules and regulations to maintain this confidentiality.
Reports to: Technical Product Manager
Location: San Francisco, CA
ReliaMax is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Minority/Female/Veteran/Disability employer.
The Big Ad Gig has opened applications for the ninth annual competition offering aspiring young creatives the chance at 30-day paid freelance gigs at one of the participating agencies, including CP+B, Venables Bell & Partners, We’re Magnetic and more.
Applying is easy. Creatives only need to submit their portfolios and complete a short application before the deadline on September 13th, 11:59 P.M. EST. The selected finalists will then be given a creative brief from the Ad Council and invited to present their ideas at the New York Times headquarters in New York City during Advertising Week on September 27th. During the event, a panel of esteemed judges will provide feedback to each presentation and choose winners to receive gigs.
Judges include Andre Kassu, Partner & CCO of CP+B Brazil and Miami; Jaime Robinson, Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Joan Creative; Paul Venables, Founder and Chairman of Venables, Bell & Partners; Brian Schultz, Founding Partner and Chief Experience Officer at We’re Magnetic; Maryam Banakarium, CMO at Hyatt; and Sebastian Tomich, SVP of Advertising & Innovation at The New York Times.
Yes, you should sign up for this. Not tomorrow…Not later today…Now. Spaces are limited and filling up as you read this. This is an amazing opportunity to get a taste of what it takes to make it in advertising. You will rub shoulders/get feedback/build your network of people in the position to hire you by taking part in this event. Seriously, sign up as soon as you can. Crying because you waited and there were no spots available, will be met with laughter, disdain and/or derision. Go, now. oneclub.org/one-id/bootcamps