Designer, photographer, pastry chef ... Creative careers are out there, but what kind of education do you need to prepare for one? And what does a purpose-driven education really look like?
Find out for yourself during our live chat with one of our alumni!* Itís 100 percent virtual, so you can join from your computer or smart device.
In addition to chatting with a grad, youíll see what our schools are like, check out what our students are creating, and get answers from admissions and financial aid representatives.**
It's fun, it's friendly, and it's happening on January 7 & 8, 2015. Register today!
B. Lindsey Ahern
First Assistant, Eric Levin Photography
Assistant Studio Manager, Eric Levin Photography
Production Manager, POSE
Freelance Photographer, Trigger Photography
Bachelor of Fine Arts,
The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham, a campus of South University (2013)
B. Lindsay Ahern is an assistant to Boston photographer Eric Levin. As Assistant Studio Manager, she schedules shoots and keeps up with clientele. In addition to her freelance work for her own company, Trigger Photography, Lindsay also runs POSE, where she handles clients, produces creative pitches, and executes photo booths at high-end events.
Bachelor of Fine Arts,
The Illinois Institute of ArtóSchaumburg (2006)
Ashley is a graphic designer for the Charlotte Hornets. She is responsible for all creative designs on and off of the court and says the hands-on knowledge she gained from her education helped launch her into the industry.
Menís Department Coordinator,
Bachelor of Arts,
Fashion Marketing & Management
Illinois Institute of ArtóChicago (2013)
Brianna is the Men's Department Coordinator for Volcom in Costa Mesa, CA where she manages catalog samples, attends photo shoots, and manages company colors. She credits her creative education to gaining a job doing what she loves to do.
Director of Food and Nutritional Services,
Bachelor of Science,
The Art Institute of Salt Lake City (2013)
Juanita works for Castleview Hospital where she oversees menus, products, cafeteria meals and all operations of the kitchen. Her culinary education allowed her to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a professional chef.
Your goal is a fulfilling career in a creative industry. Our goal is to help you get there. Take advantage of this opportunity to see what our alumni have accomplished with a lot of passion, endless imagination, and a little guidance along the way.