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Minneapolis —, a full-service interactive agency in Minneapolis, MN has extended its commitment to the nurturing of fresh talent with the expansion of its internship program and the creation of a new shadowing scheme.

Three students have joined the 15-person shop and will play active roles in their chosen areas.

Jenn Educate joins as account service intern and will gain first-hand account management experience with clients such as Fair Isaac, Keller Residential and Fine Line Music Café. Educate is a senior from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and is majoring in advertising.

The second newcomer is Brian Lambert, who has been appointed creative intern. His duties will include creative development for such clients as Kruskopf Olson, Aromapharmacy and Hair Police. Lambert came to space150 from the College of Visual Arts, where he is a senior.

Ned Wright is the first to participate in the newly-created shadow program. Ned, a senior at Eden Prairie High School will focus on the Laboratory Staffing account and will gain valuable experience working closely with space150’s designers.

“Being an intern at space150 involves more than being a runner. Our development programs encourage involvement at every level, ownership on projects and give opportunities to create real work for real clients, ” said William Jurewicz, founder/creative director.