Specs Howard Blog
“I think that was the first time Jay really took me seriously, and I learned I could do this radio thing in a real world setting, not just a classroom.” – Matt Evans
You've submitted your resume, and you just got off the phone with a recruiter. Congratulations, you've made it to the interview stage - now what? Preparing for the interview is the next step in the job search process, and depending on your experience and how comfortable or uncomfortable you are in these types of situations, this step can be pretty intense, or pretty simple. Either way, interviews can be nerve-racking, and rightfully so - your next step in life could be determined by one conversation! The best way to land that job is to be prepared. We've put together some dos and don'ts to help you get there.
Originally working in automotive electronics, Steve knew that with economic changes he wanted to pursue something that made him happy. He always wanted to do something creative, so the Graphic Design program was a natural next step. As a Specs student he says that from idea conceptualization to constructive criticism of my work, I felt like I was in a real-world career situation in class. Now Steve works on the Custom Projects team at Fathead where he creates large scale murals, displays, and designs for universities, corporations, and various events. Everyday is different and Steve wouldnt have it any other way.
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