Registration for MARS Apprentice Master Classes Now Open

| March 4, 2021
Submitted by Laura Heath for MARS Apprentice

Over the next few weeks, MARS Apprentice and its Learning Partners will be hosting a series of interactive workshops that will expose students to a variety of best practices in marketing within industry. This is a great opportunity for students to complement their classroom learning with insights from practitioners, get a taste of what MARS Apprentice is all about, and interact with our Learning Partners.

Jan Kelley: Legal Stalking (aka Digital Advertising)
Tuesday, March 9 from 6:30 – 7:45 p.m.
Register here

Ever wonder how Instagram knew that you were about to buy those shoes online, but didn’t? Or how Google thought to show you an ad for those new headphones you’ve been looking at, and now they just happen to be on sale? Students can expect to learn about what’s really going on behind the scenes of advertising by digging into the technology, data, and creative that make these ‘creepy’ ads so effective.

TELUS: Strategic Problem Solving
Thursday, March 11 from 6:30 – 7:45 p.m. (EST)
Register here

Ever wonder about the difference between TELUS, Koodo, and Public Mobile? Are you curious about how industry practitioners solve complex problems in the real world? Students can expect to learn about how the telecommunications industry operates, participate in the step-by-step dissection of a real business problem, and receive tips on building strong business solutions with thoughtful contingencies. Register at

The fourth and final Master Class will be hosted by PepsiCo. Follow MARS Apprentice on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn, or visit for updates!

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