In the meantime, we'll hopefully create Lisa P. Maxwell brand advocates and gain some amount of supplemental labor.
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Chicago, IL (Vocus) July 8, 2009
Chicago area advertising professionals who are in between jobs now have a place to go. Lisa P. Maxwell, a Chicago creative agency, has announced a creative residency program, enabling motivated individuals to stay active in an agency environment.
Experienced professionals are invited to apply for a wide range of positions including Art Directors, Back-End Developers, Copywriters, Graphic Designers, Information Architects, Interactive Project Managers, User Experience Specialists and Web Designers.
"We see the program as a win-win. Creative residents can network while building and maintaining professional momentum and potentially working toward paid opportunities," says Andrew Miller, Managing Partner, Lisa P. Maxwell. "In the meantime, we'll hopefully create Lisa P. Maxwell brand advocates and gain some amount of supplemental labor."
Creative residents will receive a travel stipend, free lunch on Fridays and a Lisa P. Maxwell hoodie (while supplies last).
Those interested in applying may send their resumes and contact information to Residency (at) lisapmaxwell (dot) com.
Lisa P. Maxwell is a creative agency devoted to making its clients famous in the right way very quickly. Clients include Harley-Davidson, Boyd Gaming, Blue Chip Casino and David Barton Gym. In 2007, it created the "Life's Short. Get a Divorce." billboard that made a previously unknown Chicago attorney famous. You can see Lisa P. Maxwell team members live during business hours at lisapmaxwell.com or follow @lisapmaxwell on Twitter.