Advertising Program Student Work

SOJC advertising students create award-winning campaigns for real-world clients through internships and student-run agencies. Check out their work below:

Advertising major Charlie Nguyễn ’24 worked with real clients at Allen Hall Advertising and created a magazine for his portfolio. It paid off with an advertising job at a prestigious New York firm.
SOJC Professor of Practice David Ewald got help from his ad students to design the Hostage and Wrongful Detainee flag, giving them experience with advocacy advertising.
Kaitlyn Bullentini was a first-year advertising and public relations major when she contacted a woman from a fledgling cosmetic company about an internship. It led to a coveted beauty industry job.
To celebrate Title IX turning 50, Allen Hall Advertising launched “Go Do Anything,” a campaign that shares the stories of UO’s past and present women athletes.
In their capstone campaigns class, a team of advertising students created a colorful and comprehensive campaign for Allbirds, a trendy new footwear company.
Students with the SOJC advertising student group After Hours lend their brainpower to promote the West Coast COVID-19 Help Guide.
Student-run agency Allen Hall Advertising’s donor-funded ad campaign successfully boosted UO women’s basketball ticket sales.
The Wonder Ducks, a superheroic ad campaign created by student-led agency Allen Hall Advertising, ramps up excitement for Oregon women’s hoops.
Advertising students were nominated for an international award for Change Rangers, a new type of Scouting that gives youth practical skills to make their communities more resilient in the face of climate change.
Allen Hall Advertising launches Reset the Code, a campus campaign aimed at creating positive change in the face of discrimination, hate and fear.