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As a college student, I really struggled with getting a quality internship. It was very frustrating to have a level of talent that could not be developed further with the help of a mentor. I created this program because I knew our students needed it.


We launched this program in 2016 at Georgia State University, Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College, and Morehouse College. Our pack members have grown into industry leaders, and I am excited about bringing this to my hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.


 Our program is for elite students who will move into their industries with the skills needed to succeed. This is designed for every creative high school and college student who wants to get to the next level.

-- Okeeba Jubalo

Founder of Charleston Compass Quarterly Magazine

Executive Creative Director of NobleSol Art Group

Founder of The Atlanta Exhibition



     Too often college students pursue their majors and not their passions. Entrepreneurship is at the core of our program and when students are taught how to identify their true passions they will be taught how to monetize their passions. We encourage students to excel in their majors, while holding them accountable for their actions and lack of actions.


    Not everyone who joins the Wolfpack is kept active for the sake of taking up a seat. When students do not make their

WolfPack deadlines they are warned once and excused from the program after the second missed assignment.


    Our goal is to provide a real world working experience for our students. No employer or client will keep them on their payroll for missing assignments, the sooner our students learn the better. This is not daycare and we do not treat it as such.


    A part of our national and local issue is that our students are graduating from these colleges and universities without any real skills, which means they can not compete for paid positions in their industries. 


    The question is simple: If a student had to get paid based on their professional skills, what should their professional salaries be? We have found that even though our students are talented, they are not skilled.


    What these students are solely learning within their classes will not create the skills needed to earn a living. It is best to develop their skills now before going out into the real world. Within the Wolfpack our pack members eat what they kill. Once our pack members are taught how to monetize their assignments they will be paid accordingly. There is no limit to their earning potential, the limits are self-imposed. We will pay every Wolfpack intern exactly what they are worth.


    Joining our pack is much easier than keeping up with our pack. A number of students join because it sounds good and they are excited about being a part of something new on campus. Then they realize the lazy habits developed with their professors will not work here.


    Members of the Wolfpack make it happen and are not allowed to make excuses. One warning is issued for missing assignments, after that you will be excused from our pack. Our pack is only as fast as the slowest wolf and only as strong as the weakest wolf. We do not expect perfection, but we do expect an honest and consistent effort to operate within our pack. No exceptions. Our next opening for new members will be in January of 2021. 



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“Okeeba Jubalo, is an exemplary artist, multi-media entrepreneur and editor of YBE Magazine.  He is also a friend, partner and co-founder of, and our online TV interview program GEORGIA POWER.  After meeting with and lecturing to my four journalism classes, we discussed how we could train these interested students for what could be a pioneering HBCU media internship program beginning here at Clark Atlanta University.  


Thus, The Wolfpack was conceived and created. But, that's the rare and appealing essence of Okeeba Jubalo.  He is the quintessential creative spirit; a man who is riveting, robust, talented, savvy, and divinely gifted.  Jubalo has crafted a dynamic internship program that is already making a dramatic difference in the lives of our journalism, videography and public relations students. 


I wholeheartedly and enthusiastically endorse Jubalo and the brilliant breath of fresh air and spirit he has infused into his Wolfpack internship media team.”

-- Maynard Eaton

8-Time Emmy Award Winning Journalist

Clark Atlanta University Professor

“Working on the Black Ink Edition of YBE Magazine was a learning experience for me. As I applied what I learned from the classroom and previous internships to the issue, I soon found out there was more to publishing a magazine than I had originally thought.  Time waits for no one. Learning to be proactive, and go after the stories I wanted to write was important. I had a deadline to meet so I had to keep working ahead in case things did not go as plan, I would have time to implement a backup plan. The more options I had, the better.


While creating the list of potential artists, I was told to triple my list of fifteen to create more options for the issue.  You cannot rely on others. 


Although I was only an intern, I had to move with a boss mentality. Be assertive when communicating with the artists. Time is money, and deadlines have to be met. It’s okay to proceed forward if someone begins to lag. That's why you have options.


Going forward I will be more assertive and confident in my work. I played it safe working on the issue, unsure and scared to make too many mistakes. Now, I know what to expect. I discovered most artists are excited about the opportunity and will be impressed with your work.”

-- Ashley Nelson

Clark Atlanta University

Class of 2017

2019 AUC Wolf Pack Entrepreneurship Pitch Competetion


2018/2019 AUC Wolf Pack Alumni

Nailah Heard
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Journalism & Photography
Talib Coffield
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Film Making
Keyshawn Brown
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Film Making
Kiara Cook
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Public Relations
Diamond Martin
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Radio & Televison
Connor Mitchell
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Film Making
Cayla Joseph
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Journalism
Alicia Brundidge
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Journalism
Maxine Wint
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: YBE Editor & Graphic Design
Kassidy Jack
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: YBE Editor & Video
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Se'Niyah Preito
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Photography & Video
Jason Sanford
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Video Production
Mya Pierce
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Video Production
Nigel Kay
Clark Atlanta University
Passion: Graphic Design & Video

Web/Graphic Designer

Atlanta, GA

This is an unpaid internship - college credit mandatory


As the Graphic Designer at NobleSol Art Group, you’re responsible for creating design solutions that have a high visual impact. Your work is the face of the brand. Therefore, you must be creative—a trendsetter said at best. You are able to multitask, developing projects as the demand requires. You'll work closely with our administrative director to achieve the desired end result.    




  • Meet clients or account managers to discuss the business objectives and requirements of the job;

  • Interpret the client's business needs and develop a concept to suit their purpose;

  • Estimate the time required to complete the work and provide quotes for clients;

  • Develop design briefs by gathering information and data through research;

  • Thinking creatively to produce new ideas and concepts;

  • Presenting finalized ideas and concepts to clients or account managers;

  • Proofreading to produce accurate and high-quality work;

  • Demonstrate illustrative skills with rough sketches;

  • Work on layouts;

  • Retain knowledge of emerging technologies in new media.



As a photographer, you create visual images for an exceptionally wide range of creative, technical and documentary purposes. You’ll work closely with our administrative director to produce high quality photographs that will compliment the NobleSol brand and everyday operations.




  • Work with clients to discuss the images they require and how they want to use them;

  • Seek out appropriate photographic subjects and opportunities;

  • Carry out research and preparation for a shoot;

  • Serve as a liaison with other professionals, including graphic designers, writers, gallery managers, and picture researchers

  • Manage the processing and use of images, discussing technical problems, checking for quality and dealing with clients' concerns;

  • Prepare proofs for approval;

  • Compile finished products for sale, such as albums and framed prints;

  • Understand traditional film and digital photography and keep up to date with industry trends, developments, and new techniques;

  • Develop expertise with software to digitally enhance images;

  • Develop a good portfolio, build a network of contacts, and achieve a reputation for quality and reliability in order to secure future assignments.




Atlanta, GA


As a videographer and video editor with NobleSol Art Group, you'll be responsible for recording and assembling raw material into a polished finished product. The material may include camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects. This is a key role in the production and post-production process, and your skills determine the quality and delivery of the final product. You'll work closely with our administrative director to achieve the desired results.




  • Work closely with production crew to produce quality videos;

  • Receive an outline of footage and/or a shot list

  • Record desired raw footage

  • Assemble all raw footage with camera shots either recorded or transferred onto video tape in preparation for inputting into the computer;

  • Input uncut rushes and sound, then synchronize and store them into files on the computer;

  • Edit the content to ensure the logical sequencing and smooth running of the film/video;

  • Experiment with styles and techniques including the design of graphic elements;

  • Correct faulty footage, grading and coloring, and adding special effects.


PR/Sales Specialist/Event Producer

Atlanta, GA


As the PR/Sales Specialist/Event Producer, you will use print, broadcast and online media to promote NobleSol Art Group priorities to the public. You will gather and analyze intelligence about public opinion to help shape client campaigns and strategies. You are observing, insightful, and innovative. You stay ahead of the crowd and have excellent people skills. You also have great organization and management skills.




●  Study the objectives, promotional policies, or needs of organizations to develop public relations strategies that will influence public opinion or promote ideas, products, or services;

●  Establish or maintain cooperative relationships with community consumers;

●  Prepare organizational publications for internal and external audiences;

●  Coordinate production of advertisements or promotions

●  Secure sponsorship opportunities for events

●  Coordinate event logistics

●  Identify trends or key group interests to provide advice on business decisions;

●  Plan or conduct market or public opinion research to test products or determine potential for product success,

    communicating results to client or management.



Chief Managing Editor

Young Black Entrepreneur Magazine

Atlanta, GA


The chief managing editor works closely with the editor-in-chief in ensuring that all stories and content are of interest to the readers. You are creative and full of personality with a style that reflects the NobleSol brand. You have excellent writing and editing skills and are aware of all publication styles of writing.




●  Act as the editor-in-chief in case of his/her absence;

●  Proofread and edit all content related to YBE Magazine

●  Work closely with PR/Sales Specialist to secure partnership oppourtunities



We will work with your college students to produce a quarterly version of Young Black Entrepreneur Magazine

that will be dedicated specifically to your HBCU. This great tool will support the message of entrepreneurship

while bridging the gaps between current students, alumni and faculty entrepreneurs. 


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