Career & Professional Development Workshops

The LAGRANT Foundation partners with agencies and corporations throughout the country to coordinate career  & professional development workshops for undergraduate and graduate ethnic minority students pursuing careers in advertising, marketing or public relations. The workshops provide the students with an opportunity to speak with industry professionals about their field of interest and specialty.

Below is a list of scheduled workshops for 2015. Check back often for updates as we continue to schedule more workshops in 2015.
  • 02/06/15: Burson-Marsteller HBSI recruitment event - Los Angeles
  • 02/20/15: Weber Shandwick - Chicago
  • 02/20/15: Fleishman Hillard Alfred Fleishman Diversity Fellowship recruitment event* - St. Louis
  • 03/06/15: The Axis Agency - Los Angeles
  • 03/19/15: TLF's Speakers Panel hosted by Southern Methodist University MBA Marketing Club - Dallas, TX
  • 03/27/15: TLF's Speakers Panel hosted by Palm Beach Atlantic University AMA chapter  - West Palm Beach, FL
  • 03/27/15: MWW Group  - East Rutherford, NJ
  • 04/09/15: Powell Tate  - Washington, D.C.
  • 04/24/15: Waggener Edstrom Communications summer internship recruitment event* - Bellevue, WA
  • 05/07/15: Radarworks internship recruitment event* - Seattle
  • 07/17/15: MSLGROUP Generation Acceleration recruitment event* - New York City
  • 08/21/15: MSLGROUP Generation Acceleration recruitment event* - Atlanta
  • 09/25/15: The Coca-Cola Company - Atlanta
  • 10/02/15: Ruder Finn Training & Development Workshop - San Francisco
  • 10/23/15: Sabre - Southlake, TX
*Students must apply through TLF in order to attend this event*

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If you have any questions or concerns, please contact TLF Senior Programs & Outreach Manager, Ericka Iniguez or call 323.469.8680, ext. 223 or Nelly Alonso, Programs & Communications Associate at 323.469.8680, ext 240

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