THE YOUNG ONES
For countless creatives worldwide, winning a One Show Pencil or ADC Cube is a dream come true. But dreams have to start somewhere, and for that, we have the Young Ones Student Awards. This global creative competition challenges students in creative studies to put their best foot forward in hopes of winning one of the first honors of their burgeoning careers.
The 2021 edition of Young Ones came on the heels of a challenging year for students, as COVID-19 upended classrooms and curriculums everywhere. Nevertheless, when the dust settled, students representing schools in 23 countries managed to shine, and Brigham Young University was vaulted to its first-ever School of the Year win.
There are three unique awards that make up the Young Ones Competition:
For more than thirty years, The One Club for Creativity has been and continues to be passionate about encouraging students and young professionals to showcase their creativity. Through the acclaimed Young Ones Student Awards, we aim to identify the best young creative talent from around the world in a variety of creative disciplines. The Young Ones Brief competition tasks students with creating work for different types of clients for the chance to earn a One Show Pencil. The Young Ones ADC competition offers students the chance to earn an ADC Cube by competing in the same disciplines and categories as the ADC Annual Awards. The Young Ones Portfolio competition is an opportunity for students to showcase examples from their portfolio in a variety of creative disciplines.
To qualify for entry, national and international college students must be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate college program, or other program approved by The One Club's Education Department. Submissions to the competitions are judged based on creativity and originality. Winners are awarded during the Young Ones Education Festival, held each May in New York City.
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LEADING THE CHARGE
Teagan Rabuano - Education Program Manager
If you have any questions about The Young Ones Competition, or any Education department programs, please contact Education Program Manager Teagan Rabuano at firstname.lastname@example.org