FCB is looking for creatives in quarantine

(FCB puts out a call for creatives who are quarantined)

Need new creative? Who you gonna call? FCB seems to have the answer for this as the agency has set out to engage creatives across the United States in quarantine looking for work through a freelance-type program.

Named after the agency’s mantra, “Never Finished,” the agency says, the program is “open to anyone who has the equipment and passion to create visual work from home” regardless of their experience. The program will will seek out animators, editors, photographers, designers, developers and content creators.

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Best part? You don’t need agency experience.

Kerry Hill, executive VP and director of production for FCB North America, told Ad Age that this is initially a U.S. outreach with the goal of accepting about 25 to 30 creatives into the network.

Creators will be enrolled in a three-month program beginning the week of June 15 that will allow them to engage in FCB projects as they see fit.

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Prospects can submit their applications through Friday by emailing never.finished@fcb.com—applicants must submit a resume and/or reel, along with answers to this question: When it comes to creativity, why do you feel it’s important to remain “never finished?”