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AIGA Colorado: Elevate | A summer college mentorship program 2017

Wed, Apr 19, 2017 - Mon, May 8, 2017 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM
To Be Announced
Denver, CO

Do you want to be the change you’d like to see in the world?  Elevate yourself through mentorship!

AIGA Colorado: Elevate is meant to enhance our design community by identifying with characteristics of what it means to be a designer.  Design students from Colorado colleges and universities will be paired with professional designers from the Denver design community.

Your challenge, if chosen for the mentor program, is to collaboratively design a poster centered around the theme “Empathy”, a nonpartisan poster challenge sponsored by AIGA Colorado.  Your mentor will guide your process and support design decisions and your final poster product will be showcased at a gallery exhibition this summer and auctioned off to continue mentorship and education by AIGA in Colorado.

You must apply to be considered for Elevate 2017 and there are only 15 slots available so the sooner you apply the better!  Applications and fees are due no later than May 5th.

Elevate Application fees due May 5th!

AIGA Student Members - $10
Student Non Members -$20

Elevate Event Details:

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Location will be emailed upon confirmation in program.

If you aren’t a member already, consider becoming one so that you can get your student member discount for this and the other amazing AIGA Colorado programming!  Ticket prices are about to double for non-member attendees so that we can keep our pricing down for our members.

Do you want a fresh perspective on the world around you? Become a Mentor.  

Are you wondering what is next after graduation?  Become a Mentee.  

If you have any questions on this program, please email 

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