Career Outcomes

Aaron Duffy, BFA06, partner & creative director at 1stAveMachine and cofounder of SpecialGuest.

A degree in art or design prepares you to pursue any number of professional paths. As proof, 96% of our alumni are employed in creative professions, or enrolled in graduate programs or residencies, within three months of graduation. Our dedicated Career Services office offers Sam Fox School students one-on-one advising and specialized programs to pursue their professional interests. Learn more here>>

A selection of job and internship placements for our current students and recent graduates is listed below. You can also check out the WashU Career Center's Outcome Data Page.

Jobs-Communication Design
American Museum of Natural History
The Atlantic
Facebook
Fleishman-Hillard
frog
Glamour magazine
Google
IBM Design
IDEO
J. Crew web design
New York Magazine
Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Ogilvy & Mather
Penguin Group
Shutterfly
TOKY Branding + Design
YouTube

Jobs-Fashion Design
Diane von Furstenberg
Isaac Mizrahi
Kate Spade
Levi Strauss & Co.
Ralph Lauren
Theory
Tommy Hilfiger
Tory Burch

Jobs-Studio Art
Artist assistant to Tara Donovan
Baltimore Museum of Art
Laumeier Sculpture Park
National Gallery of Art
National Portrait Gallery
Princeton University Press
Quad/Graphics
Redbook magazine
Two Twelve

Internships: Communication Design
1stAveMachine
20th Century FOX
American Museum of Natural History
Cheree Berry Paper
Digitas
Disney ABC Television Group
Interbrand
Kate Spade
Mozilla
Pentagram
Pixar Animation Studios
Shedd Aquarium
Studio Blue

Internships: Fashion Design
Calvin Klein
Derek Lam
Georgio Armani
J.Crew
Nanette Lepore
Nylon magazine
Vera Wang

Internships: Studio Art
ASIG Productions
Gagosian Gallery
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pace Prints
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Regional Arts Commission
Rob Voerman Studios (Holland)
Saint Louis Art Museum
Whitney Museum of American Art