January 19, 2012

AIGA Minnesota is excited to launch a new initiative called the AIGA Minnesota Fair Internship Compensation Pledge. The U.S. Department of Labor has released a series of statements that clarifies proper payment policies for internship positions. In an effort to help educate the public and our members about this issue, AIGA Minnesota has developed a pledge that we hope you will endorse. Endorsers of the pledge will exist on our website as follows, with your firm’s name as a link to your website and provided logo, denoting that you are a supporter of fair and ethical compensation of interns.


Please visit: https://aigaminnesota.org/education/fair-internship-pledge/ to complete the pledge.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about this initiative: please contact AIGA Minnesota’s director of education, Jennifer Price, at [email protected].

Thanks for your support,

The board of directors of AIGA Minnesota


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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.