Mentorship Program 2016 Registration

Registration instructions:

To become a mentor or a mentee, you must first register on Eventbrite and then you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the application form. You must complete the application form to be considered.

Entrant information:

Student applicants must currently be enrolled in a design program, and be a Junior or Senior with at least 30 credits toward their degree. Applicants are also eligible if they have recently graduated no earlier than the previous spring semester. Applicants accepted into the program will be paired with professionals based on interest and qualifications. Participants do NOT have to be AIGA members to apply.

There is a $15 mentee application fee, and students must follow the application instructions for submitting a current portfolio.


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Program Details:

Enter the most anticipated mentorship program in Orlando, where the best upcoming talents take center stage in the professional spotlight. The AIGA Orlando Mentorship pairs the most passionate design students with leading industry professionals to help refine their skills and prepare them for a career in a creative field. As a member of the mentorship program, you will be exposed to expert talks, workshops, community events, and regular work sessions to enhance your personal brand and networking skills.

Our mentorship program is a unique opportunity that has been established to enrich a culture of professionalism and endless creativity in the City of Orlando. Mentors and mentees will be thoughtfully paired by our chapter board members following the application submission period. Successful entrants are challenged to create a self-promotional piece and display their finished work in the Annual SPOT Award Showcase in April, which every year draws potential employers searching for exceptional talent.

When & Where
Tue, Oct 13, 2015 - Wed, Nov 4, 2015 7:00 PM - 11:59 PM
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