I'M A STUDENT/COMMUNITY MEMBER WANTING TO CREATE

LOOKING FOR FUN, NETWORKING &/OR A PORTFOLIO BUILDER?

Apply to the University of Oregon's CreateAthon event, and you'll be put on a team to create pro bono marketing services for a select local nonprofit. Student and community member teams will be mentored by faculty advisors and local marketing professionals. You will create a wide variety of projects for select nonprofit organizations during our 24-hour marketing marathon.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • September 23, 2019, 12PM - Volunteer applications open
  • January 12, 2019, 12AM - Volunteer applications close
  • January 16, 2020 - Team and Nonprofit partner announcement
  • January 24-26, 2020 - The event

WHAT IS A CREATEATHON?

CreateAthon is a program designed to give students a chance to learn and give back at the same time. CreateAthon culminates in a 24-hour, work-around-the-clock marketing marathon during January 24-26, 2020. During this event, University of Oregon students and local professionals will produce strategic, creative marketing work for selected Eugene/Springfield area nonprofits. Each student team will work with local advertising, design or marketing professionals who will mentor the students’ work, ensuring high-quality and effective materials. The strategic and creative work will be delivered to the clients in late February.

WHAT YOU MAY HELP CREATE:

This is just a very short list of what you maybe working on.
Campaigns
Websites
Advertisements
And much more...

WHO CAN APPLY?

Any student or community member in any occupation or discipline may apply. We encourage anyone from everywhere to join in on the fun and creativity. Know of someone whose secretly good at coding or graphic design? Have them apply below!

GET INVOLVED FOR FREE

Applications are due December 20 at 12AM. Remember, FREE food and swag! So, make sure to apply. Have questions? Email us at creators@createathonoregon.com
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This is a UO Innovation & Entrepreneurship Club initiative.

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