ONE TO ONE - EDUCATION
One to One is an education program combining classroom learning with real-world experience. We believe this is the best way to arm students with the skills they need for a lasting career in the design and advertising industry. Together, we’ll help students make the most of their unique sets of creative talents.
One to One resources include:
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Portfolio Reviews
- Networking Events
- College Mentor Program
- Additional Student-Focused Events
COLLEGE MENTOR PROGRAM
The One Club for Creativity Denver’s College Mentor Program matches local advertising and communications students with industry professionals in order to give them valuable, real-world experience and to help them get their proverbial foot in the door. For now, the program will be open to Metropolitan State University, Colorado University at Boulder, and Arapahoe Community College students only, with additional colleges to be added in the future.
Throughout the semester, each pair will meet up in-person at least one hour per month. We encourage mentors to share how they got into the industry, recent projects and day-to-day work life, as well as look over resumes, portfolios, and provide any other insights that could be of value.
We are now accepting sign ups for the Spring 2019 semester for both students and mentors. If you would like to sign up as a mentor or be matched with a mentor, please fill out the applicable application below. We will contact you when we have matched you up with a student or mentor. If you have any questions about the College Mentor Program, please contact our Mentorship Manager, David Smail at: david.Smail@colorado.edu
STUDENT APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR SPRING IS: JANUARY 31, 2019
THE BRIEF: 121 HOURS TO CREATE AN AMAZING CAMPAIGN
The Brief is a student design competition where students have 121 hours to create the best possible campaign for a Colorado non-profit.
The Brief drops via Facebook Live on Monday, and students will have until 6pm on Friday to build a client ready presentation. Each team is assigned a local senior creative mentor for guidance and support. The top three ideas/presentations will be selected and given the opportunity to present in front of the client on the following Monday.
The top team will be awarded $1000 ($250 per person for team of 4) and have the chance to get their work produced.