Career Services offers a variety of services and information for MIAD students/graduates.
CanvassCareers on Handshake
This is Career Services’ job search web system. Full-time and part-time job announcements, freelance and commission projects, internships, and exhibit opportunities are posted through the CanvassCareers on Handshake. Student/graduate profiles that can be viewed by employers can also be set-up on this system. Please visit CanvassCareers on Handshake to register.Please note: The CanvassCareers web site is only for currently enrolled MIAD students and MIAD graduates.
For assistance with and questions about the CanvassCareers on Handshake web site, please contact us at email@example.com or 414‑847‑3276.
Click “On-Campus Jobs” on the right.
Web Sites for Job Search and Professional Research
Various career and job search resources are located in the Career Services section (course) on MIAD’s Moodle Site. You will find information about assessing your interests and skills, art/design career options, the professions/careers of MIAD alumni, types of businesses where creative professionals work, resume and cover letter information, interviewing and portfolio review advice, job search resources, self-employment information, and graduate school resources. Visit MIAD’s Moodle Site, click “Courses by Category”, then locate “Career Services”. Please note: MIAD Moodle site is only for currently enrolled MIAD students.
One such web site resource is Glassdoor. This site is known as the world’s most transparent jobs and career community with a mission to help people find jobs in companies they love by offering an inside look into what it’s really like to work at these companies.
The MIAD Library (west end of River Level) has career resources maintained by Career Services. There are over 350 books, magazines, and newsletters specifically about art/design professions, the job search process, and directories of business names.
The Career Services Staff are available to discuss and provide information about your career and job questions. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments assure availability.
Questions and discussion topics have included:
- Career/job options
- Cover letters
- Graduate school
- Grants and funding
- International information
- Marketing and self-promotion
- Researching businesses
- Salaries and wages
- Telephone skills