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We put together opportunities for you to share with the world what you're all about.
Recruiting on Campus Series
The Recruiting on Campus (ROC) series is your chance to meet future employers. We frequently host companies like Pixar, Goodby Silverstein, Fisher-Price, GE Appliances and Abercrombie & Fitch who come to CCAD to give presentations, visit classes, host networking events, look at portfolios and interview students.
Want to see your favorite local companies in action? As part of our ROC on the Road program, we'll take you on trips to see companies from American Greetings and Interbrand to LPK.
Internship & Job Fair
Show off your portfolio at the CCAD Internship & Job Fair, an on-campus career fair and networking event featuring tons of potential employers. It's typically held in mid-October.
Directions Career Fair
When you're in your final year at CCAD, you can meet employers hiring candidates for full-time roles and freelance work at the Directions Career Fair. We'll offer workshops and employer panels along the way to make sure you’re ready.
Resume? Check. Cover letter. We've got you covered. We'll help you refine the skills you need to get the dream gig.
One-on-One Career Advising
Planning ahead for your first internship? Whether you’re searching for an on-campus job, volunteer opportunities, or freelance work, Careers Services staff can meet with you one-on-one to help you review your goals and prepare your application materials. Resumes and cover letters are our jam.
We'll make sure you're ready for the tough questions. We offer presentations and workshops throughout the year on everything from how to interview with impact to how to build a strong web presence.
Looking for an internship or full-time positions after you graduate? We continously add job opportunities and art and design positions to the CCAD job board at ccadcareers.com. We also recommend creating a profile and searching for available positions on LinkedIn.
Bring your A-game and show off your best work once a semester in the CCAD Art Fair. This juried event occurs twice a year on campus on the first Saturdays of December and April.
For more information, contact us at 614.222.4045 or email@example.com.
Open collaboration means beyond the classroom.
The Multicultural Affairs Office at CCAD is here to help create and sustain a welcoming and supportive environment for you. The office coordinates special events, exhibitions and workshops that explore diversity topics and current events. Multicultural student organizations are focused on providing you with chances to connect with other students and learn from one another’s experiences.
Get involved. Share a dialogue. Join a multicultural student group:
- Artists for Multiculturalism seeks to raise awareness about cultures both locally and globally. Through creativity and art, Artists for Multiculturalism works to inspire you and others to become advocates for cultural acceptance. Artists for Multiculturalism values the diversity found within each of us and strives to share this message with others.
- The Black Student Leadership Association exists to introduce and inform everyone of African-American culture through social events and information sessions on campus. The Black Student Leadership Association gathers, plans and participates in events that celebrate and inform aspects of Black culture.
- Girl Talk is a group of women for women. Coming from all walks of life, members of Girl Talk support each other regardless of gender expression, sexual preference or background. Girl Talk aspires to provide a safe and welcoming environment where members feel comfortable to speak their minds and be themselves.
- The International Student Association is a group of students from different cultural backgrounds who seek to nurture and understand a global community. The association offers monthly programming that welcomes members to share experiences through a variety of options.
- The Queer Alliance represents the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Pansexual, Asexual, and Ally communities on CCAD’s campus. The Queer Alliance provides a welcoming community that strives to show incoming students that they are not alone. It’s a place to learn more about sexual and gender identity issues and history, and it helps facilitate social activities within the greater Columbus community.
To learn about connecting with these groups or finding others, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614.222.6175.