Diversity Conference Series Travels to Boston

diversity_boston_bu.jpg

Continuing our support of the diversity in advertising cause, on May 16th, Business Development Institute in partnership with Boston University, The Ad Club, and Adrants will host the first annual Boston Advertising, Marketing and PR Industry Diversity Job Fair and Leadership Conference. The two-day event will be hosted by Boston University on May 15th and May 16th and will provide advertising, marketing and PR companies an opportunity to connect with today's up and coming minority job candidates in New England. A Networking Reception will take place the evening of May 15th and the morning of May 16th will consist of a Leadership Conference followed by the Job Fair.

Within the past year, Business Development Institute and Adrants have partnered with New York University, Academy of Art Institute, and Bay Area Interactive Group (BIG) to produce Diversity Job Fair and Leadership Conference programs in both New York City and San Francisco. Over 750 job candidates from minority backgrounds have connected with more than 50 leading agencies and corporate marketers that have exhibited and recruited at the events. Feedback from job candidates and recruiters has been extremely positive.

If you're a company in the Boston area and are interested in getting involved, check out the sponsorship opportunities here (PDF). Arnold Worldwide has already stepped up. Why not follow?

by Steve Hall    Mar-29-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events   

Enjoy what you've read? Subscribe to Adrants Daily and receive the daily contents of this site each day along with free whitepapers.



Comments



Comments

Diversity conference in Boston! Ha!

Boston is so overtly homophobic and racist that it's not even funny...and to make matters worse it has about 1,000 colleges full of redneck alcoholics that vomit away all its historical value.

Posted by: LI on March 29, 2007 2:51 PM

Took the words right out of my proverbial mouth. The irony is rich.

Posted by: yikes on March 29, 2007 6:24 PM







Featured FREE Resource: