The Meadows Artists Bridge, is the perfect way for CCPA and Advertising students to find freelance opportunities.

Seniors know that a great portfolio of professional work puts them miles ahead of other job-seeking graduates. And who doesn’t need some extra cash while you’re still in school?

CCPA and Advertising students who want to work professionally while still in school will find the Meadows Artist Bridge website connects freelance job-seekers (students) to job-givers (those of you interested in for-pay projects). Participation is free for all Meadows students.


Meadows Artist Bridge

Here are just a few of the categories that Meadows students can use to promote their freelance work-for-hire.


  • Writing in all forms — press releases, backgrounders, fact sheets, biographies, etc.
  • Editing
  • Media Kit Creation
  • Public Relations Services
  • Pitch Writing
  • Graphic Design
  • Corporate Communication
  • Newsletter Creation
  • Social Media Content Creation
  • Research Services
  • Event Planning
  • Client Relations
  • Crisis Communication
  • Speech Writing
  • Media List Creation/Outreach
  • Blog Content Creation
  • Video and editing
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Social Media Writing
  • Podcasting
  • Digital Communication Planning
  • Digital Media and Social Monitoring


  • Brand name/logo testing
  • Graphic Design
  • Package Design
  • Publication Design
  • Branding and corporate identity
  • Advertising
  • Social Media content creation
  • Copywriting
  • Focus Groups
  • Customer Interviews
  • Secondary Research
  • Industry Trend Reports
  • Issues Analysis
  • Competitor Profiles
  • Concept and advertising testing
  • Product testing

Apply today

Note: Meadows is not an agency. We will never handle your money. Meadows will not play a role in your professional work opportunities, outside of individual referrals professors may offer, and through classes you take. We are merely a “bridge,” connecting 2 parties (job-givers and job-seekers). All legal and tax responsibilities pertaining to students’ gigs and jobs are the sole responsibilities of each participating student.