Jazmin Correa ’06, Kimberly Cyrille ’06, and Uzma Rawn ’06 were three of 51 students nationwide to be chosen for The American Advertising Federation's (AAF) Most Promising Minority Students (MPMS) Program.
The Most Promising Minority Students (MPMS) Program is the advertising industry's largest and most comprehensive diversity hiring solution. The selected students are invited to New York City to meet with top advertising, media, and agency companies in February.
Correa is an Integrated Marketing Communications major and is working towards a minor in Legal Studies. She hopes to pursue the creative side of advertising as a copywriter.
Cyrille is majoring in Television-Radio with a concentration in video production and a minor in Integrated Marketing Communications. She has a strong interest in pursuing a career that will combine video production and advertising.
Rawn is a Sports Management major with a concentration in Integrated Marketing Communications. She is interested in a career in promotions, event management, and public relations.