Monthly Archives: April 2019
If you keep a journal full of slam poetry or write short stories in your free time, this contest was meant for you. Enter the Page One literary performance contest for this Friday, April 26 from 6:00-9:00pm. The sign up sheets and event will be held at the AAU Library on the 6th floor of 180 New Montgomery. First place winners will receive $100 and second place winners get $50 for each category. The categories available are:
- Poetry/Spoken Word
Entry is limited to the first ten students, so sign up sooner than later. If you don’t wish to enter the contest, feel free to attend to watch others perform and snack on free food. If you have any questions about the event or contest rules, visit the AAU Library Circulation Desk. Good luck and have fun!
Still deciding what to do this Summer? Instead of slack-packing your way around Europe, why not get a jumpstart on your career, so you can start staying in places without bunk beds and shared bathrooms?
Young & Hungry is a creative content agency that you can take as a class and apply all the new stuff you’ve learned in a professional agency environment. Yep, you got it– that means real clients with real deadlines. You’ll work on teams that include students from several majors and yep, you’ll gain a ton of experience developing professional level ideas and executions AND present them to the client directly.
Still not sure? There’s also our famous potlucks, free bottomless cups of too-strong coffee and not to mention – a funky, dedicated space that makes it feel like you’re going to work at a cool agency instead of a classroom. Oh ya, you’ll also get portfolio boosting work and an extra gold star to stick on your resume. Sound good? Sign up soon – Summer spots are filling up fast!
Cross listed as ADV 495 for undergrads and ADV 695 for grad students. Contact your advisor or Executive Creative Director, Jim Wojtowicz at email@example.com for more info.
Looking for a summer internship? Eleven is looking for talented students for their 8-week paid program.
This year’s program is a different kind of internship — one developed in partnership with The Marcus Graham Project, to help prepare students of diverse backgrounds for success in the advertising industry. They’re running an iCR8 boot camp where a team of students representing all the functions of an agency will work together on real client projects and get mentored by Eleven along the way.
Positions being recruited:
- Business Management
- Media Planning/Activation
- Content & Community Management
- Project Management
- Art Direction/Visual Design
- Video Production/Misc “Makers”
You can read more about the positions and apply here. Good luck!