Introducing Miami Ad School to Our Search Marketing Community
“SEO Jobs” is becoming an ever so popular query. Reciprocally challenges mount in recruiting and/or growing uber-sharp-as-as-tack search employees. We found a global pocket of next-gen craftsman quietly honing their skills at Miami Ad School.
With creative academic outposts (some workspaces crafted of stainless steel and 100 year knotty timber) rock star teachers in New York lead giant screen video classroom sessions in Minneapolis, Miami, Hamburg, Soa Paulo (Brazil) and San Francisco. At MAS Minneapolis I’ve never felt more hooked up anywhere by diode glow of virtual collaborative IT backbone.
Miami Ad School has an envious graduate placement rate worldwide for a reason. They distribute big-brand quality copywriters, designers and offer a bootcamp for account planners.
(By way of disclosure, MAS is a client & friend of aimClear though not in this SEM HR recruitment area) Having worked in niche’ academic lead-gen SEM space since 2001, we appreciate how crucial graduate placement is to any school’s street cred’ on a number of levels. Miami Ad School’s golden pony is that every graduate ever + current grads are notified with job postings.
MAS trains students who have already graduated from other marketing/design programs by immersing them in truly national internship opportunities and master classes with industry leaders. MAS offers both long-term creative programs as well as a bootcamp for account planners which teaches students to assemble a national “book” highlighting their work. Given the intensity of recruiting in the SEM space, it is worth your taking a crack at the pool of professionals this institution cranks out.
Regardless of the recruiting channel, (job board, headhunter, craigslist, etc…) we start by asking ourselves “is this seo job candidate incredibly intelligent and is he or she one of us?” It’s my pleasure to introduce MAS to the SEM community as an SEM recruiting resource because they’re “one of us.” Miami Ad School invites SEM recruitment inquiries.