The Department of Interior Architecture & Design hosted a career fair for students on February 16. More than 80 students took part in the event, which included a panel, networking opportunities, and the chance to locate summer internships or jobs. The panel of professional designers included recent graduates and those with many years of experience. They shared strategies for the job search and offered tips for making the transition from school to work. Many upcoming spring graduating students interviewed with firms for full-time positions.
Thanks go to faculty members Kenan Fishburne, Jim Dawkins, and Amy Huber for organizing the event and to the IA&D department and the College of Fine Arts for financial sponsorship. The department also appreciates the help of Bobbie Fernandez in the CFA dean’s office for her help as well.