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Feb092014

OgilvyAIR: A New Training Program for Young Creatives

Ogilvy is launching OgilvyAir (Artist In Residence) a new program for young creative talent touted as an opportunity for them to learn the nuts and bolts of great advertising from Ogilvy's leading creatives.

The 18-month program moves Residents through three creative positions, featuring different accounts and roles that expose them to multiple types of work. 

The OgilvyAIR program will also feature weekly workshops hosted by Ogilvy’s award-winning staff. These workshops will focus on a variety of skill sets from craft based exercises, to leadership training.

In the last few months of the program residents will work with Ogilvy NY's Chief Creative Officer to produce a final creative project as a group.

We think Black Creatives should be counted among the first class of OgilvyAIR Residence, don't you?

To learn more about the requirements or to apply, visit ogilvyair.com

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