As with any career path, getting a job is a job. The Center for Career Services’ personnel at Ringling College of Art and Design are available to help students with career preparation when a student seeks assistance.
In addition to talent and persistence, the utilization of the Center for Career Services' programs and resources should result in the first step towards a successful career in the world of art and design.
The list below indicates the types of career paths which could be pursued upon graduation from Ringling College of Art and Design as a Business of Art & Design major.
Some of these occupations may require additional training, certification, education or experience. The Center for Career Services can provide information and resources relating to these career options.
Popular Career Options in Business of Art & Design:
- Art Director
- Brand Strategist
- Communications Director
- Creative Services Director
- Design Studio Owner
- Gallery Owner/Director
- Marketing Analyst
- Media Planner/Buyer
- Media Research Analyst
- Production Manager
Ringling College hosts dozens of recruiters annually from the biggest name companies around the country. While on campus, these recruiters typically offer a presentation open to students in all class years which details what they are looking for in potential new hires. In addition, they review portfolios and interview prospective employees and interns.
Information on upcoming recruiter visits is posted on College Central. As a Ringling College student, you can set up an account on our system to post your resumé, and search 1000's of part-time, full-time, freelance, and temporary employment opportunities and internships. There is no cost for this service and our resources are available to you when you become a Ringling College graduate from wherever and whenever needed.
We think you'll agree with dozens of recruiters around the country that Ringling College students and alumni are ready for the workforce!
For more information on careers for Business of Art and Design, see the proof.