MAIP Informational

Attention all multicultural junior, senior and graduate students. If you’re looking for a paying summer internship that offers the chance to work somewhere outside of Texas but in the United States, then you should come to the MAIP informational session on Sept. 23 in MCOM Room 154 at 6 p.m.

This summer I was a part of the Multicultural Advertising Internship Program, better known as MAIP, created by the American Association of Advertising Agencies, 4A’s. This program allows multicultural junior, senior, and graduate students the chance to work at a well-known advertising agency in America.

They offer intern positions in:

  • Account Management
  • Art Direction
  • Broadcast Production
  • Copywriting
  • Design
  • Media Buying
  • Media Planning
  • Project Management
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Strategic/Account Planning

I was accepted as a project management intern and worked at Saatchi & Saatchi in New York. The experience and connections I was able to obtain because of this internship program were unbelievable.

Next Monday, Sept 23, I will be holding an informational session on MAIP at 6 p.m in MCOM Room 154. This will be a chance for you to get more information on how the program works and ask me questions on my personal experience. You don’t want to miss this chance.

The applications for MAIP open up on Sept. 25th.

About Henry Wilson

I often tell everyone my life sounds like a lie. I am a professional actor, model, and personal assistant. I am in an indie movie called "Lars the Emo Kid Movie." I am a senior advertising major at Texas Tech University and will graduate with my baccalaureate in December 2013. I had a internship, this summer, with Saatchi & Saatchi New York as a project manager. I'm also a 4A's MAIP Alumni and campus ambassador. I am a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Deans Council. I'm slightly addicted to bicycling and video gaming.

Comments

  1. Helen Hailu says:

    Where will the applications be available?

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