2013 Summer Intern Program
TracyLocke is looking for advertising and marketing students with great communication skills, a desire to learn, leadership qualities and professionalism, and above all, a passion for advertising.
- Agency-Wide Exposure
– Half day each week will be dedicated to immersing the interns in a different aspect of agency life including Creative, Print Production, Broadcast Production, Art Production, Planning, New Business, Media and Account Management.
- Department/Team Assignments
– Each intern will work individually within an assigned department/group
- To be exposed in more depth to a section of the agency they have interest in
- To become a part of that team over the course of the summer
- To add value to departments/teams
- Project Management Shadowing
– Additionally, each intern will spend one day shadowing a PM to see how the different components of the agency all fit together in the real world.
- Intern Project
– The final two weeks of the program will be largely dedicated to working on an in-depth real-world assignment together
– Present to Leadership Team, Mentors and potentially clients
- Mentor Program
– Each intern will be assigned a mentor from the department they are working in where possible.
So, send us your resume and be on your way to gaining valuable hands-on experience – and we don’t mean at the copy machine!
1999 Bryan Street Ste 2800
Dallas, TX 75201
Dates: May 29-August 9 (must commit to the full term)
Application Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2013
Work Schedule: Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 8:30 – noon
Contact: Account Service, Media & Other: www.tracylocke.com
Copywriters & Art Directors: www.tracylocke.com
Wunderman / Z Academy Presentation
Thursday, Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m.
Representatives from Wunderman, a member of the Young & Rubicam Group, are coming to SCAD to talk about Z AcademySM, the learning program for tech-savvy digital and design students. Advertising Age ranks Wunderman as the #1 digital and #1 CRM agency in the world. Attend this presentation to find out how you can become a “Zed,” as they’re called. Zeds are not college interns, curious about the industry; rather, they are aspiring professionals looking to leverage their skills in real work experience. In many cases, they work on the agency’s largest global accounts, such as Best Buy, Citibank, Colgate, Coca-Cola, Ford, Microsoft, Nokia and Novartis, among others.
Presented by the office for career and alumni success.
- Neiman Marcus Atlanta will be on campus conducting a presentation on Thursday, March 7th at 6:00pm in the Welcome Center!
Please stop by for the opportunity to meet and network with the HR Manager!
Minority Education & Training Fund
We are excited to invite students at your school to apply for the Allen Rosenshine Minority Education & Training (MET) Fund. This fund awards internships to minorities, women and individuals protected under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act to encourage the pursuit of careers in advertising.
There have been over 200 MET Fund recipients since the program’s inception in 2000. At this time, we are accepting applications for internships for the summer of 2013. Interns receive a stipend in the amount of $4,000 for the 10-week internship.
To be eligible, students must have the application form and accompanying materials completed and received in our offices by March 8, 2013.
Below is the link to BBDO’s 2013 MET Fund application:
https://screeningroom.bbdo.com/show/METFund/2013 MET Fund – Application information.docx
Send application form and all required materials via email to:
Or by mail to:
Attn: Alyssa Afuang, Human Resources
1285 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019
If you have any questions about the application, please feel free to contact Alyssa Afuang at Alyssa.Afuang@bbdo.com or 212-459-5962.
Are you ready for the largest gathering of startups and entrepreneurs in the state of Georgia since the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition? On February 18th, startups from across metropolitan Atlanta and greater Georgia will convene in the grand Georgian Ballroom of The Biltmore for a daylong celebration of Georgia’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Startup Rally is one part startup exposition, one part summer internship fair, and one part launch of Startup Georgia – a startup-led, statewide initiative to raise the profile of Georgia startups as part of the national network Startup America Partnership. On February 18th, you will:
Find resources to help you build your startup
Discover summer internship opportunities
Meet with successful entrepreneurs and hear their stories
For more information please visit this website:
Final Virtual Internship Week — Thank you for attending!
For convenience the Virtual Internship Week activities will be taking place on one day, Friday, February 1st, 2013. We will have 7 companies virtually presenting information on their internship programs! Below are the confirmed companies and times that they will be presenting!
**The virtual presentations will take place in the Welcome Center located on the 2nd floor of the SCAD Atlanta main building.
Friday, February 1st, 2013
11:00am- Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (Not virtual — Turner rep will be on campus to present!!)
12:00pm- JWT Atlanta
1:00pm- Crispin Porter + Bogusky
2:00pm- IBM Design
3:00pm- Wieden +Kennedy
4:00pm- RTC agency/Wunderman
Please visit this blog spot for updated information!!
SCAD Atlanta Opportunity Bus to the Career Fair
SCAD Atlanta Career and Alumni Success will provide FREE transportation from Atlanta to Savannah for the SCAD Career Fair, the premier recruitment opportunity with more than 100 top companies seeking talented students and alumni for a wide range of art and design jobs.
There is a limited amount of space available on the buses so please register as soon as possible at: scad.edu/careerfair > students > transportation
- Registration will OPEN on Monday, January 14
- DEADLINE for registration is Wednesday,
In order to secure your space on the Opportunity Bus to attend the SCAD Savannah Career Fair 2013, you are required to attend the following workshop:
Friday, March 1
How to work a Career Fair
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
SCAD Atlanta main building, lecture room 256
Attend this workshop to learn how to make the most of the opportunities presented at the Career Fair. Also, grooming and dressing tips will be provided to make the best possible you from Head to Toe!
Please email any questions about the Career Fair Bus or How to Work a Career Fair workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, Jan. 14 at 8 p.m.
Digital Media Center, Screening Room, Atlanta, Georgia
Attend this presentation by Ken Maruyama, vice president of recruiting and academic relations, from Sony Pictures Imageworks, the Academy Award® winning visual effects and animation unit of Sony Pictures Digital Productions, known for live-action visual effects and character animation, all-CG animation, and stereoscopic 3D imagery. Maruyama will be sharing what Imageworks looks for in recruiting talent in: story, visual development, animation and lighting. He oversees the management of Imageworks’ recruiting efforts in sourcing, attracting, assessing and hiring the talent needed to work on highly regarded films as The Amazing Spiderman™, Hotel Transylvania and Oz: The Great and Powerful. Maruyama also guides the Academic Relations program, key components of which are internships, fellowships and scholarships to help better prepare graduates for potential employment at both Imageworks and the industry at large.
Presented by the office for career and alumni success.