The Design Careers Club proudly presents the 3rd Annual Design Career Fair! The club aims to empower students to not only take risks in their designs, but also in their career aspirations. By providing students career resources, we strive to bridge our talented designers to esteemed companies. This year’s playground of opportunities opens Friday, April 28 in the ARC Ballroom from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.!
On Feb. 25, 2017, the Design Careers Club hosted the third Annual Alumni Networking Day, sponsored by the Department of Design. The event was a tremendous success, capping over 100 attendees – including faculty, students and alumni. The event was not only an opportunity for students to make connections, but a grand reunion for many faculty members and alumni, as old friends reconnected.
The Design Careers Club at UC Davis is a non-profit organization where hard working volunteers create and host career-related events for design students.The club is dedicated to providing career-building workshops year round as well as hosting Department Events like Internship Night and Alumni Networking Day. The biggest event the club contributes to the design community is the Design Career Fair, held annually each Spring.
The purpose of the PIXEL is to help unify and involve students that share a common interest in graphic design. We strive to build a design community for creative, social and professional growth. Our club hosts various activities, speakers, workshops and events relating to the field of graphic design.
FADS organizes and produces the annual fashions shows at UCD Picnic Day and in San Francisco. Student designers and anyone interested in fashion and fashion shows are encouraged to join. All the designs included in the show are UCD design student work. Shows feature design collections by senior students and individual garments by lower division students.
Design for America teaches human-centered design to young adults and collaborating community partners through extracurricular, university-based, student-led design studios tackling national challenges in Education, Health, Economy and Environment. Founded at Northwestern University in 2009, we now have studios all over the country within universities such as Stanford, UCLA, UC Berkeley, Yale and more with over 2,000 students in our network and 350 core team members. DFA is a pipeline of innovators, change-makers, and social entrepreneurs.
The Associated Students of Interior Design (ASID) is a club for students to connect with educators, professionals, and industry representatives all who share the love of interior design. We are also open to all majors. All you need is a curious spark of interest in design. We strive to provide our members with design-related education, professional insight, and networking opportunities. Throughout the year we host career-building workshops, Portfolio Night, and our annual trip to the HD Expo in Las Vegas.
Aggie Reuse Store’s mission is to divert materials from landfill and
redistribute them at low cost for reuse and repurposing. We are seeking
design students to help with upcycling crafts, graphic design, and many
more opportunities. We are located at TB 24, next to the Silo Union.