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2018 Student Portfolio Review
April 27 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
It’s time for our annual Student Portfolio Review, where students in Northeast Wisconsin can get real feedback from local advertising professionals before entering the workforce. The portfolio review is a valuable tool to measure how prepared you are for interviewing and landing a job after college. Our reviewers will help point our your strengths as well as areas of improvement so that you can make the most out of your portfolio. Digital portfolios are encouraged!
Our hand picked speakers will share some of their best advice for navigating the post-grad world and don’t forget to stop by our pop-up photo studio to get your professional headshot taken.
1:15: Self-guided tours with snacks and beverages
1:30: Human Resources Professional, Tips for Success
1:45: Big Shoes Network, Wisconsin Creative Economy
2:00: Break / Review setup
2:10: One-on-One 15 minute reviews, pop-up studio open for headshots
3:30: Welcome professional members, more snacks, break
3:45: Silver Cuellar, Associate Creative Director at Brunner
4:30: Thank you
ABOUT SILVER CUELLAR –
Silver Cuellar III is an Associate Creative Director at Brunner in Atlanta, Georgia. He specializes in strategic brand building, Pokémon Go, and facial hair. Silver has spent the past 15 or so years working at McGarrah Jessee, Mullen, The Richards Group and BBDO, on everything from fried chicken to ladies underpants. Along the way he’s been fortunate enough to gather recognition from CA, The One Show, Archive, Obies, Clios and his parent’s refrigerator door.
Outside of work you can find Silver teaching a Creative Concepts & Teams Class to the fine young lads and lasses at The Creative Circus and poking around various local barbecue establishments as he is also a self-taught Meat Whisperer.
Currently, he resides in Roswell, Georgia with his high school sweetheart Susan, their 7 year-old daughter and future stunt woman Sophia, 3 1/2 year-old Silver the 4th, 26 month-old baby Simon Bear, as well as 65 collective pounds of dog fur known as Lilly Von Pants.