Sat, Nov 13th, 1:00pm - 5:00pm
UW-Stout, Applied Arts Building, Lecture Hall 210
712 Broadway St S, Menomonie WI 54751

Pivot :: Bridge

The Pivot Series is designed as an opportunity for AIGA student groups to develop programming for their fellow students who reside and study in the upper Midwest. This time around, Pivot is being hosted by the AIGA Student Group at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Bridging the gap between college life, and the design world is one of the biggest steps student level designers face at this stage in their lives. At Pivot :: Bridge we’re hoping to make that transition a little bit easier. We’re inviting several University of Wisconsin-Stout alumni who have successfully entered the design world within the past few years and landed jobs at the highly influential and innovative interactive design firm space150. They’ve worked on huge projects with enormous big- name brands such as Forever 21, Starz, Best Buy, Target, and American Express. The speakers from space150 will be talking about their experience making this transition, and what it’s like out there living the dream at such a huge company just a handful of years after graduating. Following the speakers, members will have the opportunity to make designer trading cards and having a meet and greet with fellow Pivot attendees. AIGA members can trade information with someone new, and by the end of the day not only will they have invaluable information about the transition from school to career, but also have a new business contact with someone who’ll be entering the design world around the same time they will be. Check out what the AIGA UW-Stout Student Group has been up to by viewing their Blog :: REGISTRATION :: Students and faculty of the host school (UW-Stout): FREE, but you MUST register in advance with your AIGA Student Group and bring your school ID if you would like to attend the event. Please do not use this website to register for the event if you are a UW-Stout student or faculty member. AIGA Members: FREE, advance registration is required. Non-members: $10, advance registration is required.

Free parking is available on the street and in parking lot 29 right off of 13th Ave. Please email Lindsey Bock if you have any questions.

Contact Leadership

Jacqueline Quintanilla
Jacqueline Quintanilla
Associate Director, Student Affairs
Straightforward, strategic, and just a bit sassy, Jacqueline loves to work with the movers, the shakers, and the do-gooders to help them make their mark. As a front-end developer with a background in non-profits and education, she works to solve tough problems to build powerful brands, stronger communities, and a more equitable and sustainable world. Jacqueline is motivated to make stuff that matters. So, let’s get to work.