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Where MICA grads work: from Under Armour to Amtrak [ Podcast]

This month's Podcast focuses on cultivating college talent.

Inside a JHU/MICA Design Leadership class. (Photo courtesy of MICA School for Professional and Continuing Studies)

From art school to Under Armour? It’s more common than you think.
In this month’s Podcast, Megan Miller, the director of the career development office at the Maryland Institute College of Art, talks about how jobs after art school aren’t what they used to be.
It’s part of a broader look at the role of colleges and universities in local technology ecosystems.
The podcast also checks in on the state of entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware and chats with Events Manager Kate Leshko about the upcoming Start. Stay. Grow. Summit in Philadelphia.
Speaking of events, be sure to join us Sept. 12-20 for Baltimore Innovation Week.

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Companies: Maryland Institute College of Art / University of Delaware /

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