|Forty years ago, the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) began exposing multicultural students to the world of advertising. |
Since then, MAIP has matured into a brand that impacts the lives of more than 100 students annually, providing the platform to launch their careers. It's because of this community's support and dedication throughout the years, MAIP has continue to transform over 2,400 individuals' dreams and aspirations into reality.
The 2013 MAIP Agency Application is now available and we hope you give serious consideration to joining this industry initiative by participating as a participating host agency.
Click here to register today. Applications are due by February 22, 2013.
For more information about becoming a participating agency click here.
MAIP provides advertising and media agencies the opportunity to access top student talent, while strengthening the 4A’s efforts to enhance the workforce diversity of our industry.
Sourced from over 500 colleges and portfolios nationwide and screened by our industry, selected MAIP interns have been identified as high potentials early on. Most already recognized by prominent organizations supporting the advertising and media industry, MAIP interns receive further growth opportunities throughout the summer from our branded development series and workshop sessions. Additionally, through the innate support system and extensive network of over 2,400 MAIP Alumni and 120 MAIP mentors, MAIP interns receive the necessary guidance, mentorship, and sponsorship crucial to furthering their careers.
By participating in and selecting a MAIP intern, agencies have the opportunity to connect with this vibrant young community, recruit top-tier talent, demonstrate their agency's commitment to diversifying the industry, and build brand presence on the college campus through our MAIP campus ambassador program.
In addition to hosting a MAIP intern, agencies can contribute to the MAIP legacy by:
- Screening and Interviewing MAIP semi-finalists
- Hosting an intern
- Serving as a MAIP Mentor
- Hosting a MAIP professional development seminar
- Participating in and sponsoring The Face of Talent
- Recruiting from the MAIP community
For more information, please contact Carl Desir.