College of Fine Arts
An arts career can be very fulfilling and rewarding, and it takes patience, dedication,
and a bit of luck to be successful. Many artists learn to work well under pressure
and often utilize their network to find and create professional opportunities. There
are many ways to continue involvement in the arts while working in another career
field if you choose not to pursue art as your primary way to make a living. The key
is being able to market the skills you’ve gained from your College of Fine Arts degree.
Your Career Coach: Eric Bloomquist | email@example.com
Meet with your career coach to discuss anything career-related from career exploration,
resumes, cover letters, your job search - we're here to help! For academic advising,
including admissions, declaring a major, and class schedules, please contact your academic advisor.