By marketers, for marketing students.
Engage with leaders in sports marketing, cause marketing and brands for this 1-day marketing boot camp. You’ll connect with multiple experts through informative panel discussions, interactive skill-building workshops and networking opportunities. By the end of the day, you’ll be better prepared for a successful job search and career in today and tomorrow’s field.
This event is free. Lunch is provided by AMA Chicago. Each attendee will receive a certificate of completion for attending this event.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination and ID are required at the door. Masks are optional. View our full event safety policy.
Classroom to Career Panel
This panel will feature discussion with marketing professionals representing business to consumer (B2C) brands and a business to business (B2B) agency.
Interactive Interview Workshop
Learn how to ace the interview for marketing roles and practice these skills immediately.
Interactive Networking Workshop
Networking isn’t about making as many quick connections as you can. With professional networker Chris McGuire, you’ll learn how to network comfortably and casually – while making a big impact.
Lunch with Roundtable Chats
Put your newly-learned networking skills to use in small groups over lunch. Tables will have various marketing professionals and AMA Chicago members to make connections and help answer your questions about careers in our field.
Sports marketing is a popular field – but what careers are outside the NFL, MLB and NBA? It’s an exciting and in-demand job, even for those of us who aren’t Spencer Strasmore from HBO’s Ballers. Get advice from longtime professionals in the field about their career trajectories, highs and lows.
Cause marketing is a fast-growing practice, used by brands of all sizes, non-profits and startups alike. Expert Amy Turner currently serves as director of marketing at Intellihot, using technology to improve the environment and create safer, greener cities. She’ll give advice on and share her experience with creating campaigns that build awareness, boost engagement, and drive acquisition using an omni-channel approach with emphasis on digital channels.
AMA Chicago Q&A
As the closing session for the day, president of AMA Chicago Shannon Lee will answer your questions and discuss the value of staying engaged in a professional community to keep your skills sharp, build your network and expand your knowledge even after you leave school.
You don’t want to miss it.
This is a free 1-day event by marketers for marketing students. Register now to secure your spot.