Let’s acknowledge this reality right away- your job search will be very different from an accountant, a financial planner, or an engineer. Creative industries are a small world with different values and practices, so your job search will need to be informed and focused.
- If you have a limited definition of Networking and won’t go near it, use this guide to expand your view and, as a result, your resume.
- You think the bubbles are beautiful, yet you aren't sure how to navigate the sea of talent. Here are a few pointers to get you started.
- Social media must be part of the portfolio conversation. Learn how to use social media to your professional advantage.
- A business card can be a simple but professional looking card that offers your name and contact information to anyone interested. Or, it can be a designed piece that suggests a bit about who you are as a creative worker in addition to your name and contact info. This guide breaks down the standards and the options.
- An academic internship is a form of experiential education that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skill development in a professional setting.
- If the terms vector, layer and composite are foreign to you, you're not a graphic designer. Still, graphic design is essential in the packaging and branding of your work. Seek out the assistance of a graphic designer to make your portfolio more robust.To truly reap the benefits, you need to communicate what you want to your graphic designer.
- Being a student has many advantages. In the career world, you have full on access to be nosy…er, gather information about prospective employers and it’s not only allowed, but expected. The key is to do it right.