School’s Relationship with Esri Software Company Results in Student and Grad Success
May 2, 2016
The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University, recently participated in a joint exhibit with Esri, a global software company. The “Ai Esri Connection” is a gallery that celebrates the relationship that’s developed between the school and company. Esri has been a partner in cultivating student success and education on career opportunities that are available in the fields of GIS, technology, and design.
The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire and Esri have teamed up on several student initiatives in the past, including implementing internship programs, workshops, portfolio reviews, on-site tours, and annual meetings. Esri has also hosted a number of interns and maintains an open rapport with the school’s faculty.
Currently, six alums of The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire are employed by Esri’s Creative Lab. The designers work on many projects, each with their own specialization. Together with the other Creative Lab designers, they work to push the boundaries of creativity, helping to build the visual and experiential identity of Esri.
Read an article on Esri’s website about the relationship with The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire and the gallery show: https://blogs.esri.com/esri/esri-insider/2016/04/21/the-art-institute-of-california-inland-empire-and-esri-host-exhibit/
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