Monthly Archives: September 2020
This year’s Greater SF Addy Competition will be open for entries starting October 1st! You can enter any student work (meaning any projects that were not paid for) created from January – December 2020.
The deadline to submit is January 2021 so you have some time, but it’s never too early to start submitting or thinking of projects to enter. Recent graduates may also enter work they did this past year!
To learn more about competition categories and guidelines, and submit your work, click here.
Yay! Fall workshops are here!
Please be sure to read and reread our workshop policies. Students need to sign up at least 48 hours before a workshop, and if there are less than 8 students signed up it will get cancelled. If a workshop gets cancelled twice in a row, it will be permanently cancelled for the semester. The online workshops not conducted on Zoom will be emailed to you weekly if you’re enrolled in a class that qualifies you.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All the information and resources needed should be on the workshop poster, which you can also download in a PDF here!
Sign up for this year’s Young Glory international competition! Every month your team will receive a new brief to work on from October through April. This is a great opportunity for ADV students to creative portfolio-worthy content!
Please please please make sure that when you sign up with your teammates, you write “School of Advertising, Academy of Art University” so your membership is processed correctly.
You can register here, and the first brief will go live October 1st!
An SF-based start-up is developing a video game based on the 1995 card game Illuminati: New World Order. They’re looking for a marketing intern for the fall with creative strategy and social media skills. If you want to learn more about the start-up check out their recent videos here:
If you’re interested in applying, reach out to Jessica at email@example.com
Networking has become much more difficult these days, but We Are Next wants to help students and recent grads. If you want to chat with some mentors or use another platform for job hunting, we have a great resource for you!
We Are Next: Coffee at a Distance – sign up, state your areas of interest, and find mentors that want you to connect with them. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
We Are Next: Job Board – weekly curated job listings for internship and junior-level opportunities, the hard part of filtering is taken care of for you!