Adding dimension to your learning.
Why do employers seek out our students starting as early as their third quarter? It starts with how we shape our students’ skill sets to help them fit a broad array of design positions. Through your internship, you’ll gain available experience that can offer a path to full-time employment.
There’s nothing like real-world learning.
All students within our School of Design will complete an internship. Depending on their path, students have interned with the following:
Computer Aided Drafting, Architectural Engineering Technology Students:
- Loftus Engineers
- Michael Baker International
- Precision Electrical Contractors, Inc.
- AM Architects
- Keystone Consultants, Inc.
Graphic Design Students:
- Eric Ryan Corp.
- Flying Cork Media
- Clearview Federal Credit Union
- Allegra/Image 360
- Minuteman Press
- MGSoft-Net, Inc.
- E Plus Copy Center
- Roo Tees
- Pressley Ridge
- Local Pittsburgh
- Stars & Stripes
- G&S Signs
- Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center
- Spot Light Business Branding
- Opus One Productions/Mr Smalls
- Knepper Press
- Victory Media, Inc.
Video Production Students:
- Cut ‘n Run Productions
- The Ras Astor Black Interactive Music & Arts Learning Institute
- 321 Blink
Web Design and Development Students:
- Larson O’Brien
- Higher Images, Inc.
- Dick’s Sporting Goods
- Creehan & Company
For a listing of employers who’ve hired our graduates, review each design program.
Think of our Career Services team as 13 partners in your job search. They will use their industry contacts to help you arrange an internship—in fact, they’ll work with you from the moment you begin your program, helping you build your job-search skills and connect you with potential employers as you prepare to enter the workforce. They’ll continue to be there for you throughout your career, too.