Intern Around the World
Through the school’s connections, students have over 800 opportunities year to study and intern around the world. Get hands-on experience before you graduate. Build a huge network of
industry connections that can help you throughout your career.
Experience the World
NoM.AD opportunities allow M.AD students to study and intern in cities around the world, gaining invaluable experience that helps them advance their careers. Through our partnerships with companies and agencies all over the world, we’re able to offer hundreds of NoM.AD opportunities each year. Our NoM.AD advisor helps students choose a location and agency that suits their situation.
These are no coffee-fetching internships! Imagine going to a client meeting in Atlanta, a photoshoot in Tokyo or a team brainstorming session in New York. You’ll spend seven hours a day for 10 weeks in the creative department being mentored by the company’s staff and building your network of industry contacts. Each experience is chosen to compliment and enhance your learning from the M.AD program you study at your home campus.
Check out a few of the opportunities below...
Ricardo Wolff, Executive Creative Director at Innocean Berlin shares what students can expect when interning with Innocean’s team. He is a graduate of M.AD. and almost all of the art directors, copywriters and designers he hires are graduates of Miami Ad School. Alums of the school support each other.
Officer & Gentleman
Javier Onozoño and Alex Katz, co-Founders of Officer and Gentleman are both M.AD grads. In this video they share a little about the work they’ve done together, and the work that students can expect to help with when interning.
Gabriel Reyes, Creative Director at Alma, has worked all kinds of campaigns since graduating from M.AD himself. Now, he and the team at Alma, the majority of which are grads of the school, are welcoming a new generation of students to help with Alma’s uniquely diverse approach to creative work.
Jeff Jetton and the team at Oxcart Assembly are changing the game. Founded in 2020 (in the middle of the pandemic!), they’ve already got an impressive stable of clients…most notably, NASA!
Emily Elyshevitz and Frank Garcia from Golin share an inside look at the internship program there, and how students can expect to contribute on real-world campaigns with serious budgets. Frank is a copywriting graduate and his art director partner is also a grad. They both give back by teaching at M.AD.
Associate Creative Director at McCann New York
Copywriter at Saatchi & Saatchi
Tyler Carter, Admissions Advisor
I Can Help
You already know MAD is different. We’re casual, friendly, roll-up-the-sleeves and let-down-the-hair kind of people. And we like to get to know our students just the same as they get to know us.
So if you’re wondering if the School of Ideas is right for you, here’s a thought: just reach out. You can have a chat with an advisor (no strings attached) who can help you figure out what’s next in your creative adventure. Maybe that means Art Direction at MAD. Maybe it’s ice fishing in Kathmandu. Your advisor can help you work it all out.
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