When companies set foot on our campus, they are expecting to find talent. But beyond that they are looking for new ways of thinking and ideas for approaching their everyday challenges in a new way.
To do this, they interact with our students in myriad ways.
They seek out exhibited work in our galleries, review portfolios, deliver presentations, peruse exhibitions, teach master classes, and collaborate on semester-long workshops and projects. They get to know our students and see first-hand how game-changing their creative problem-solving can be.
These ongoing interactions are invaluable—for both recruiters and for our students. And, more importantly, these connections lead to internships, jobs, and new career paths for our students and graduates.