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How are DMA 292 & Interior Design

internships different from EXPRL 191 internships?



DMA 292 Students

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Interior Design Student Students in Bellevue College's Digital Media Arts program are required to do one internship during their last quarter at BC. The course is DMA 292, and it is only for Media students. This includes students in the Digital Video Production, Animation, and Game Design programs. Please read the DMA 292 Internship Syllabus for more information about this class.


The BC Center for Career Connections is available to help DMA 292 students in their search for an internship. Just like EXPRL 191 students, DMA 292 students can (and should) get resume assistance from an Internship Specialist. Call (425) 564-2279 to schedule an appointment. Be sure to plan ahead – media internship are very competitive, and it takes time to obtain them. Once you’ve met with an Internship Specialist, you can post your resume and start searching for internships on CONNECT!. We will also give you a list of local employers in your industry to help you with your search.


Once you’ve obtained an internship, you and your employer will need to fill out the DMA 292 Training Agreement. Return the completed form to the BC Internship Coordinator in the Center for Career Connections (2nd floor of the "B" Building) or fax it to (425) 564-2230. You will then receive an entry code so that you can register for the class.



Interior Design Students

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Interior Design Student Students in BC’s Interior Design program are required to do two internships during their time at BC. The courses are INDES 185 and INDES 285, and they are only for Interior Design students. Please contact the Interior Design Department for more information about these classes.


The BC Center for Career Connections is available to help Interior Design students in their search for an internship. Just like EXPRL 191 students, Interior Design students can get resume assistance from an Internship Specialist. Call (425) 564-2279 to schedule an appointment. Once you’ve met with an Internship Specialist, you can post your resume and start searching for internships on CONNECT!.


Contact the INDES 185/285 course instructor for further information.