29 Sep 2016

Apply Now for $200,000 in Minority Advertising Scholarships

Miami Ad School’s scholarship program will provide 20 minority scholarships annually. This is the largest scholarship program ever for minority students interested in a career in advertising.

Miami Ad School announces $200,000 in tuition scholarships annually for minority applicants.

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26 Sep 2016

Vote for Peace: Which Idea Can Help Heal The Racial Divide?

Miami Ad School Students in Atlanta, Miami, New York and San Francisco were given a challenge: use your creativity to help heal our nation by moving the conversation forward.

Miami Ad School students in each of our American locations were asked to use their creativity to help heal our divided nation. Vote for your favorite.

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22 Sep 2016

How To Be The New Hire Agencies Need

Agencies are always on the lookout for new talent. Winning awards—like Miami Ad School students just did at the Clios—is a great way to get noticed.

Having award-winning work in your portfolio is a great way to make your skills stand out from the competition.

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19 Sep 2016

Up-and-Coming Account Planners: Get The Recognition You Deserve!


The “Pick of the Litter” recognizes the work of emerging strategy professionals. Winners to be announced at the 4A’s Strategy Festival this October 16–18.

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08 Sep 2016

Remember Yesterday, Live for Today: Miami ad School students commemorate 9/11

A group of Miami Ad School students took to the streets of downtown New York City in the early morning of the 11th of September. They came to remember and leave simple message.

On September 11 a group of Miami Ad School New York Students set out for the crosswalks surrounding Ground Zero to bring the city together.

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02 Sep 2016

Wrecked Car Becomes Giant Emoji in Grad Effort for Sprint’s “DN’T TXT & DRIVE” Campaign

Miami Ad School graduates Suhey Saldarriaga and Sheska Ocasio imagined the most powerful metaphor possible for dangers of texting and driving, creating a cautionary sculpture for the age.

Miami Ad School graduates—and Alma team—Suhey Saldarriaga and Sheksa Ocasio make a bold safety statement with the “Last Emoji.”

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Step 1 - Download and complete the application.

Step 2 - Schedule a question and answer session.

Step 3 - Show us your creative samples and complete the creative assignments.

Step 4 - Send in your application, creative samples, and application fee.


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