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One Club Deadline, Friday May 1, 2020

The One Club’s free global portfolio review

The positive response to The One Club Online Portfolio Review has been absolutely phenomenal, with nearly a thousand young creatives from around the world already registered to have their work critiqued. Couple this with several hundred creative professionals already volunteering to critique portfolios and offer advice, and the Online Portfolio Review is shaping up to be an incredible initiative in a time when the global pandemic has put so many young creatives’ aspirations on hold.

That said, there’s always room for more! If you’re a student or recent grad and haven’t yet uploaded your portfolio, or if you’re a creative professional looking to give back to the next generation of creatives throughout the month of May, you have until this Friday. May 1 to register.

The Online Portfolio Review is free of charge for all participants.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 1

REGISTER HERE

FOR REVIEWERS & PROFESSIONALS

Break up the monotony of quarantine by paying it forward professionally! You’ll only be assigned as many portfolios as you’d like to take on, and you’ll have a few weeks to write a review of each person’s work. You’ll even have an opportunity to continue the conversation if you’d like to guide a young creative post-pandemic.

SIGN UP TO REVIEW PORTFOLIOS

FOR STUDENTS & RECENT GRADS

You’ve worked hard to get this far — don’t let a little thing like a worldwide lockdown get in the way of gaining feedback from the very creative professionals you hope to impress when things get better. Once you’ve uploaded your portfolio, it will be assigned to multiple creative professionals, in order to give you a broad scope of opinions of your work.

UPLOAD YOUR PORTFOLIO

 

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MoMA/CUNY Student Ambassadors Program!

As part of the MoMA/CUNY Partnership, we are happy to announce that the application has been opened for the second iteration of our MoMA/CUNY Student Ambassadors Program! The attached flyer provides a summary of this program, which includes benefits such as networking opportunities and $1,000 stipend. This program is recommended for students interested in learning about the arts, arts education, and arts administration as a potential career.MoMA_CUNY Student Ambassadors Program Flyer

Interested students should submit a résumé and cover letter to rebecca_vicente@moma.org by March 20, 2020.

If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please feel free to contact us! We look forward to working with our future ambassadors!

Sincerely,
Rebecca

Rebecca Vicente
MoMA/CUNY Partnership and Artist Workshops Assistant
Out of Office: Fridays

The Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd St
New York, NY, 10019

Ogilvy’s UX/Design Thinking Immersion Day

Ogilvy’s Immersion Day applications are now open!

What is Immersion Day?
Immersion Day is a half-day event at Ogilvy designed to give college students an inside view into the inner workings of agency life. This Immersion Day is focused specifically on the Experience Design practice at Ogilvy and provides a holistic view of UX and design thinking through activities and Q&A.

This day is perfect for students who want to learn about human-centered design, the digital transformation of brands, and how to get into this industry.

Immersion Day details:
Tuesday, April 30
10:00am – 3:00pm
636 11th ave, New York, NY

Students can learn more about Immersion Day and apply here.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us!

AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships

AIGA Worldstudio scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying photography, illustration, and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Scholarships are awarded to encourage social and environmental responsibility and cultural awareness in the next generation of artists and designers.

Apply now!

Recipients

2019–2020: Your name here!

2018–2019Meet the recipients! | Meet the jury

2017–2018Get to know the recipients

2016–2017Get to know the recipients

2015–2016Get to know the recipients

2014–2015Get to know the recipients

Application period and notification

The application for the 2019–2020 academic school year is now open. Keep an eye on this page or follow @AIGAdesign for updates.

Eligibility

Download and read the application instructions in advance of the deadline. This packet is your go-to guide and contains all you need to know about eligibility, the application and portfolio requirements, selection and notification process, required financial documentation, and more.

Exceptions to eligibility requirements or to the deadline will not be made. Be sure to read the application instructions in full.

Ways to contribute

There is always a need for additional support. If you or your organization are interested in contributing to the AIGA Worldstudio scholarship fund, here are a few ways to give. Download this donor form to learn more about how you or your organization can make a difference.

About the AIGA Worldstudio scholarship

Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow. Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.

Since its inception in 1995, AIGA Worldstudio scholarships has awarded more than one million dollars to 700+ minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.

FAQs

Find answers to our most frequently asked questions.

Still have questions? Email scholarship@aiga.org.

 

This is a program of AIGA’s Diversity & Inclusion initiative, in partnership with the Worldstudio Foundation.

2018 Typographics Conference @ Cooper Union (students can attend for free)

Design Students interested in attending this year’s two day 2018 TYPOGRAPHICS conference at Cooper Union on June 15th-16th have the opportunity to volunteer their time working at the conference in exchange for free attendance,

Find out more about the two-day event here.  http://2018.typographics.com/

Interested in volunteering???  Send an email to type@cooper.edu and put “Volunteering for Typographics” in the subject line so it is recognized.  You should hear back.

 

AIGA Worldstudio Scholarship: Apply before April 30th

About the AIGA Worldstudio scholarship
AIGA Worldstudio scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow.

Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.

Since its inception in 1995, AIGA Worldstudio scholarships has awarded over one million dollars to over 700 minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.

Apply Now

Design Major Receives Prestigious Honor for Illustration

Congrats to recent QC Design Alumnus Jiemin Yang, who is a winner in one of the most prestigious student illustration competitions in the country!

Every year since 1981 the Society of Illustrators holds the annual Student Scholarship Competition. This year, a little over 200 works were chosen from more than 8,000 entries submitted by professors of college-level students nationwide. The work is judged by professional illustrators and art directors. Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used.

(C) Jiemin Yang, 2016

Jiemin’s piece “Foodie Town,” which he created in Assistant Professor Ryan Hartley Smith’s Illustration II course, is now on display at the Society of Illustrators along with the other winning entries. The exhibition is up now through June 3rd. More information here.

Worldstudio AIGA scholarship for minority and economically disadvantaged students

Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow.

Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.

Since its inception in 1995, Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships has awarded over one million dollars to over 650 minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.

How to apply
Apply only through AIGA’s official online application system, which will become available beginning February 20. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of application details provided on third-party sites.

The application is now available, so apply today.

Application period
The application for the 2017-2018 school year will be available through our online application system from February 20 through May 1, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

 

NYAS Next Scholars Program: Application due 12/18!

Design students qualify! Apply today

Program Benefits
The NYAS Next Scholars program
· matches scholars with a mentor (a STEM PhD student or a STEM professional) for a year-long (online) partnership
· provides scholars with access to exciting online content that will help them develop their leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills
· provides content on career readiness
· provides a nationwide community of women in STEM
· provides NYAS membership, opening access to live webinars and events with inspirational guest speakers

Potential Scholars
· have a strong interest in a STEM/STEAM/computer science career, even if they have not already declared a STEM major
· self-identify as female
· are in their first or second year of college, or have transitioned from a community college to a senior college within the past year
· are available to dedicate 1-2 hours per week to the program online
· are comfortable communicating in English
· are excited by the idea of having a mentor

Nominations of first generation college students, Dreamers and students without strong STEM support systems are particularly encouraged.

Nominated students should apply at: www.nyas.org/next

Application deadline: December 18, 2016