The AD Club continues to provide curated programming + access to enhance the new-talent immersion experience of the thousands of interns and new-hires on their way. Each summer The AD Club hosts our ‘Enhancement Program’ for our Corporate Members to send their entry-level and summer interns through. This summer-long program of luncheon seminars is set up … More On Their Way. AD Club Preps Industry For Summer Talent.
This year’s Master Class is designed to help women in advertising, marketing and media industries focus on self-awareness, as a way to enhance their skill sets and knowledge. Authenticity leads to better coping strategies, a stronger sense of self-worth, more confidence, and a higher likelihood to follow through on professional and personal goals. It will be … More Women’s Master Class: “What’s Your Truth?”
Being inclusive of diverse people, their experiences, ideas and thoughts is not just the right thing to do, it can also yield tremendously powerful results benefiting both the business and the community at large. The Advertising Club of New York and Microsoft invite you to attend a panel discussion exploring the many inroads being made … More Diversity Mixer V: The LGBTQ Business Imperative
In honor of Black History Month The AD Club of NY celebrated its commitment to unity, diversity and inclusion with its first ever road trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture located in Washington DC. Newly opened in September 2016 the museum has seen unprecedented attendance, and has become the hottest ticket in town. Our members enjoyed exclusive … More Black History Month Celebration: Road Trip
Pete Favat, chairman of the 2017 International Andy Awards, and Gina Grillo, president and CEO of the Advertising Club of New York, are asking other industry award shows to ban work that reflects gender bias. Earlier this week, Ad Age reported that the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has agreed to tell all jurors … More Advertising Club of NY, Andy Awards Ask Other Award Shows to Ban Gender Bias
Links: The application link, opens January 2017: https://goo.gl/L90GPr For more information: www.theadvertisingclub.org/internships Contact: Ericka Riggs Foundation & Inclusion Manager The Advertising Club of New York 212-533-1749
Latest Redefining Bravery hits home on the importance of social justice in media. The first person to cross the Brooklyn Bridge was the woman responsible for building it. Emily Warren Roebling, the first woman engineer helped connect Manhattan to Brooklyn in 1883, just a few short years before the ADVERTISING Club of New York was … More Bravery isn’t an extraordinary feat; it is doing the right thing.