This Free Advertising School on Reddit Wants to Help New Grads Break Into the Industry

The goal is to 'reduce barriers for entry' into the field for as many people as possible

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The last thing Dan Greener and Joe Federer expected to do during a pandemic was start an online advertising school.

When stay-at-home orders went into place across the globe, Federer and other moderators of the Reddit subreddit r/Advertising noticed an influx of graduating students who had questions about the industry. Shortly after this, someone in the community suggested there should be a Zoom happy hour call, and the subreddit—which has more than 105,000 members—hosted one for 30-40 attendees.



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