Free Ad School for Black Creatives Expands to West Coast After Huge Demand

One Club launched the One School last month with Spotify's Oriel Davis-Lyons

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One School, a training program launched exclusively for Black creatives last month to help talent break into the industry, has expanded to the West Coast following “overwhelming” demand.

The free 16-week portfolio program was launched by the nonprofit One Club for Creativity and Spotify creative director Oriel Davis-Lyons on July 20 to help redress the barriers that prevent Black talent from breaking into advertising.

It was initially open to 15 students on the East Coast, but after increased interest in the program, will now accommodate 60 people.



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