In Its First Year, the One School Has Trained 84 Black Creatives, With 80% of Grads Hired

Major agencies and brands have been quick to recruit the free program's students

One School, a free 16-week portfolio school for Black creatives, launched a year ago, aiming to bring more diversity into the ad industry. One year into its existence, the school, led by Spotify creative director Oriel Davis-Lyons and created in partnership with The One Club for Creativity, has graduated its first classes and has expanded to include four cities.

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