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Droga5's D5in10 Programme Returns for 2021

Marks third year of the 10-week course designed to teach creators of all disciplines the essence of advertising concepting, building campaigns, art direction and copywriting and more

Droga5's D5in10 Programme Returns for 2021

Droga5 kicked off D5in10 in 2017, hosting 20 high-potential creatives from a mix of racial, cultural and professional backgrounds. Now, the agency is aiming to open up applications for its 3rd year which will begin in February 2021 - virtually, of course.

The goal was to find people with a creative spark who hadn’t necessarily figured out where to apply their talents, had the opportunity to build a portfolio in advertising school or gotten a foot in the door at an ad agency to some capacity. The agency wanted to get them started in advertising by providing them with the tools to succeed through hands-on instruction from Droga5 creatives.

One of the biggest outcomes of the D5in10 Academy is that students now have a greater sense of confidence and structure in how they approach their creative work, regardless of whether or not they choose to pursue a job in the field of advertising. The program has been such a success with several students moving on to creative industry-related careers at companies such as DDB, Publicis, SJR and more. Droga5 even had a few former D5in10 students join the agency as full-time employees including one of Business Insider’s Rising Stars Stacy-Ann Ellis who is also one of the creatives behind our recent work for The New York Times.

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