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The Career Services staff thanks you for your interest in MIAD students or graduates.

If you would like to recruit a student or graduate for a position, an internship, or a freelance project (or would like to place an invitation for an exhibit), please visit MIAD’s Handshake website. With the MIAD Handshake site, you may not only post opportunities, but you may also access MIAD students who are actively seeking work.

For assistance with and questions about the Handshake web site, please email us at careerservices@miad.edu. If you do not wish to directly access our web site, you are welcome to email your position description to us and we will post it for you on the Handshake website.

If you would like to visit MIAD, please contact Career Services Staff.

News

Product Design students visualize unique toys

Juniors in the Compelling Narratives and Visualizations Product Design class at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) were challenged with understanding brand momentum and partnerships.

Milwaukee County Historical Society honors MIAD

In celebration of 50 years of art and design education, the Milwaukee County Historical Society honored the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) at their annual Awards Dinner on May 9, 2024.

GDUSA names MIAD Communication Design a top program

Solution-oriented, hands-on visual literacy: this is a core quality of the Communication Design program at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD). In 2024, Graphic Design USA Magazine recognized MIAD’s Communication Design major as one of the top programs in the nation.

Students receive national honors from Society of Illustrators

Four illustration students and graduates from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) received national honors from the Society of Illustrators. MIAD’s Illustration and Animation programs were also ranked highly by Animation Career Review magazine.

Wool-ful: Senior Exhibition 2024

Intentionality and purpose have been driving forces in Mary Frances Hoffman’s life that continue at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD). Combine them with a passion for knitting and sensory needs and you have Wool-ful, Hoffman’s senior exhibition project in Product Design.