The Marcus Graham Project is offering spots for their iCR8 summer boot camp program! This program is designed to help you enhance your skills and experience within the advertising, PR and marketing fields. The program will consist of relevant topical case studies, projects and the development of marketing/media concepts in response to selected topics. I have included all the details below.
If you decided to apply make sure you mention TORCH!
The application deadline has been officially extended for The Marcus Graham Project summer boot camp program. The new deadline has been extended to Friday January 14, 2011. Please encourage those interested in advancing their careers in the advertising, marketing and media industries to apply IMMEDIATELY and use their holiday break wisely.
We will also host a Q&A about the boot camp on our radio show, “The Drum” on January 9th. Mark your calendar and also learn more about one of the boot camp assignments, developing an iPad app for John Legend’s non-profit, The Show Me Campaign.
Candidates must posses a general knowledge of marketing, as well as exhibit creative spirit and strong communication/organizational skills. The type of participants that we are looking for include: social media, marketing, graphic design, copywriting, creative technology, video/audio production, video editing, events/promotions, research, and public relations. You must be willing to learn an extreme amount of valuable information in a short period of time.
Ideal candidates should seek to build resume experience, while gaining invaluable networking and knowledge about the industry. If you are interested in this opportunity, please register on our social networking site and download the application packet at: http://www.marcusgrahamproject.org/?page_id=20.
The Marcus Graham Project is a national network of diverse professionals that have purposed themselves in developing the next generation of thought leadership within the advertising, media and marketing industry. Our mission is to identify, expose, mentor and train ethnically diverse men and women between the ages of 16 and 34 in all aspects of the media industry, including advertising, entertainment and marketing.The vision of the Marcus Graham Project (MGP) is to provide long-term access to information, technology, financial and people resources that will strategically develop a viable pool of talent and leadership within the industry.
Check out their website: http://www.marcusgrahamproject.org/