Deadline to apply is October 30, 2015
Interested in applying for #MAIP2016? Click here to view the application
Through the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP), students work at prestigious advertising agencies on various accounts, interact with advertising professionals on a day-to-day basis, and gain valuable professional credential that can help better position themselves in the marketplace.
Students selected for the annual 22-week national fellowship program, featuring 12 weeks of virtual training (March – May) and 10 week agency experience (June – August), will hone their craft in one of the following advertising disciplines:
- Account Management
- Art Direction
- Community Management
- Media Buying
- Media Planning
- Project Management
- Public Relations
- Strategic/Account Planning
How to Apply
To be eligible to apply for MAIP, a student must be:
- Asian/Asian American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Black/African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Multiracial or Multiethnic (e.g., Hispanic and Black)
- A citizen or permanent resident of the United States (visas are not accepted)
- Currently a college junior, senior, or graduate student at any accredited, degree-granting college or university, or a student attending an established portfolio school (including fall 2015 and spring 2016 graduates)
- Maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0.
– College juniors, seniors or second-year graduate or portfolio school students must meet the GPA requirement at the time the application is submitted. First-semester graduate students or transfer students must meet the GPA requirement with their Fall semester grades. Proof of GPA must be submitted via an official college transcript upon request.
- Able to show your passion to kick start a career in advertising through your essays.
If you qualify to be a part of MAIP, the experience will be a big step toward a career in a dynamic, creative industry. But, the first step is up to you.
Interested in applying for #MAIP2016? Click here to view the application and apply by October 30, 2015.
65-30: SPACE/MEMORY calls us to a greater awareness of the spaces that we inhabit during our time at Queens College, and encourages an increased appreciation for the thousands of stories unfolding around us at 65-30 Kissena Boulevard. QC is home to over 20,000 students, faculty and staff from all walks of life, united at some level by our shared experience of the campus. As we go about our daily routines, often so quickly that we forget to take in our surroundings, we can easily lose sight of the fact that our environments are more than just the blurry backdrops to our lives; they are active participants. Our campus places shape the moments that we spend here each week, and their work does not end when we depart for the next stage of our day. Instead, they continue to lend significance to the daily worlds of thousands of others with whom we may never cross paths. In this way, the memories that we form with each passing moment are both unique and shared, wholly ours yet part of a collective memory formed by all who have and will call Queens College theirs.
All members of the campus community are invited to submit photos of spaces on and around Queens College that hold particular significance to them. Content can range from a favorite bench on the quad to a special vantage point of the city skyline to a spot in a local park or eatery–the possibilities are limitless. The only real guideline is that all photos must be taken with a cell phone, now a primary means of memory recording, to allow this special awareness of space to flow with the continuity of everyday experience–turning off the autopilot does not have to cause a major disruption to our daily lives.
Images must be submitted via Instagram to #my6530 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later thanSunday, September 27.
Razorfish Global Tech Summit (Sept. 22nd)
Professor Danne Woo will be demoing his data visualization software, Datavisual, next Tuesday, September 22nd at the Razorfish Global Tech Summit.
NYC Media Lab Summit (Sept. 25th)
Professor Andrew DeRosa and Professor Woo will both be demoing next Friday, September 25th, at the NYC Media Lab Summit. Professor DeRosa will be talking about his Speculative Design class and Professor Woo will also be demoing student work from his Creative Coding class.
Both of these events are great to attend to learn more about design, technology and to potentially find jobs and internships through networking. The Razorfish Summit is free to register and the NYC Media Lab Summit is only $15 for students to register.
If you do happen to attend either one of these events, make sure to stop by and say hello to Professor Woo and Professor DeRosa.
© Daniel Zender, 2015
Congratulations to Professor Daniel Zender, winner of the ADC Young Guns 2015 award!
The Art Directors Club (ADC), hosts this annual global competition to celebrate outstanding creatives under the age of 30. Announcing this years recipients, Nicole Jacek, Chair of the Young Guns 13 Committee commented “Young Guns is not about meeting a quota of winners, but awarding individuals that we unanimously agreed would be the next generation of cultural changing creatives.”
Professor Zender teaches Illustration, Design Foundations and Photoshop at Queens College, CUNY.