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 From the first day of school at The Art Institute of Washington, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, students can begin to prepare themselves for their future careers by making frequent visits to the career services office and checking in with our staff about any opportunities that might be available to them. Your job search begins your first day of school, not when you complete your degree. We will help you actively pursue a successful career- today!

 As students near the completion of their program of study, they will meet individually with a career advisor to review career goals, job search strategies, interview techniques, and résumé development. In addition to the one-on-one counseling provided by Career Services advisors, The Art Institute of Washington career development courses required of every student, provide extensive career preparation training. The Career Services Department coordinates quarterly portfolio shows to showcase the work created by students in all degree programs. These special events bring together prospective employers and soon-to-be graduates.

Advisors work with the community to increase employers' awareness of The Art Institute of Washington. Memberships in professional organizations, attendance at trade shows, and on-site visits to area businesses keep Career Services advisors up to date with industry trends and help them develop relationships with employers. Although The Art Institute of Washington can offer no guarantee of employment, the Career Services Department works hard to cultivate employment opportunities and to match job leads with qualified graduates. Additionally, The Art Institute of Washington offers some assistance to students interested in securing part-time work while attending school as well as possible freelance opportunities.

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