INTERIOR DESIGN CAREER SERVICES
Preparation for a meaningful interior design career requires the student to see beyond the classroom. It means evaluating personal strengths and weaknesses, exploring new possibilities, and, most of all, starting early.
Students should begin working with Placement Services to explore the job market. The office provides current job listings to all students and works individually with students on time-management, resume writing, and interviewing techniques.
Our students have become familiar with career possibilities long before they graduate.
Their instructors have been working professionals
Field trips and guest lecturers have taken them into the marketplace
The ASID Student Chapter and IIDA Student Membership have introduced them to their future colleagues
Externship has given them valuable job experience
All have served to make the transition from school to work as natural as possible. Design Institute assists students in planning careers and finding professional positions in interior design, and while we do not guarantee employment, a sincere effort will be made to assist the graduate in locating employment.