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:

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.
“Numb In America,” a student-created short film about American gun violence in schools, earns the filmmakers a college Emmy nomination.