Want to join 500+ vibrant AIGA Minnesota student members and an equally diverse design education membership? Then this is the committee for you. AIGA Minnesota represents OVER 42 student communities!

The Education Committee oversee the chapter’s education activities, by developing and nurturing relationships between AIGA Minnesota and regional educators, schools, student groups and students. This committee acts as an advisor to and liaison between the chapter board, educators and students to ensure that chapter activities address critical education issues and student needs. The Director of Education and Associate Director of Student Affairs works to ensure that AIGA Minnesota’s education objectives are aligned with AIGA national initiatives as well as our chapter’s purpose statement.

Each year the Education Committee offers “Why Join” meetings for any school. Contact us to schedule a visit.

Also stay connected by joining our group on Facebook to get information on upcoming events: www.facebook.com/groups/AIGAMNStudents/

Recent News

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The Minnesota chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is pleased to announce the selection of Luis Fitch, Linda Henneman, James E. Johnson, LaMar Lundell, Sharon Werner, and Paul Wharton as recipients of the distinguished AIGA Fellow Award. [read more…]

Your Virtual Foot in the Door was a virtual panel presentation from AIGA MN that addressed the needs of students and emerging designers trying to find work during COVID. [read more…]

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Bert Lee
Bert Lee
Director of Education
Bert Lee is a speaker, dancer and digital magician. He specializes in public speaking and is a member of Toastmasters club competing in speech competitions and hosting his own workshops teaching the art of effective communication, listening and building confidence on stage with an understanding of body language. With Bert being an active dancer, he oversees a community group called Hmong Breakers Leadership Council organizing local charity events and dance competitions in support of his local dancers and artists. Bert enjoys designing marketing collaterals and visuals to craft compelling brand stories for small businesses.