Industry Partners & Recruiters
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Ready to meet the next generation of thinkers, makers, and innovators? The School of Design and Creative Technologies believes in an industry-focused approach where students innovate with the latest technologies and use research-informed knowledge to creatively solve wicked problems. Our students are prepped to flex their critical thinking muscles, collaborate in teams, iterate ideas, and push beyond the obvious solutions to drive positive change in the world.
We invite you to engage with these future leaders in design, immersive media, and other creative technologies to advance your company.
Become a Partner
We collaborate with forward-thinking partners in the arts, tech, healthcare, business, and non-profit sectors to equip students for their future careers. Reach out to engage with our program through the Career City Limits Speaker Series, guest panels, and more.
Current Partners Include: Gensler, McKinsey & Co., IBM, argodesign, Double A Labs, Rooster Teeth, Walt Disney Animation Studios, frog design, USAA, Southwest Airlines, AT&T, Meow Wolf, H-E-B Digital, Jam City, Powerhouse Animation, ILMxLAB, Epic Games, Part Time Evil, R/GA, Bluepoint Games, Nokia, and more.
Explore work from our students across creative disciplines encompassing all forms of media from graphic design to immersive media, digital technologies, and more.
Hire a Longhorn
Our students are ambitious, creative, resourceful, and ready to make a difference. Connect with us to post internships and jobs for your next role.
Last week, Shields returned to the Forty Acres to discuss his 408-page book The Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection: A History and Catalog at the Harry Ransom Center. In his book and research blog, Shields explores Kelly’s history with the collection, the stylistic development of wood type, and the textual history of each typeface.
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