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Career Exploration

Career Exploration. Irene Hwang Block. D. Graphic Designer Interior Designer Animator. Graphic Designer. Income Skills Required Working Environment & Conditions Job Outlook Post-Secondary Training High School Requirements. Income. Junior graphic designer $2000-$57000 a year

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Career Exploration

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  1. Career Exploration Irene Hwang Block. D

  2. Graphic Designer Interior Designer Animator

  3. Graphic Designer • Income • Skills Required • Working Environment & Conditions • Job Outlook • Post-Secondary Training • High School Requirements

  4. Income • Junior graphic designer $2000-$57000 a year 2. Senior graphic designer $25000-$9000 a year 3. Salary or self-employed 4. Graphic designers who have found full-time employment have benefits such as paid vacations, sick days, and dental insurance.

  5. Skills Required 1. Extensive education in art, filming, and graphic design Adobe photo shop, illustrator, page maker etc 2. Typography, photo shop, illustrator. Design 3. Taking the verbal ideas from the client and developing a creactive way to capture both information and the emotion that the production is trying to show 4. -Creating the visual components of various types of media. (Ex-tv, film, movies, magazines, advertising etc) -Creating and developing new and unique ideas to represent an idea. -Using various computer programs to generate final projects for client’s approval. -Meeting with clients and clearly understanding what they are requesting

  6. Working Environment & Conditions 1. Office , home (freelancer) 2. No 3. No 4. Computer, camera etc 5. Sometimes alone, Usually with others 6. No

  7. Job Outlook • growing at an average rate • 3%~7% • The number of job seekers will likely exceed the number of job openings. To succeed, strong computer skills for presentations, design, and project management.

  8. Post-Secondary Training • Art & design, completed 4-year degree in fine arts • 2~3 years professional schools • OCAD (Ontario College of Art & Design) NSCAD(Nova Scotia College of Art & Design) 4. OCAD- $5.523.00 NSCAD- $3115.91 5. OCAD- Aboveground Art Supplies ($300) K.M. Hunter Scholarship ($500) Meloche Monnex Scholarship ($1500) NSCAD- Endowed Scholarship & Memorial Scholarship ($1000) Annual Gift Scholarship ($1000)

  9. High school requirements 1. OCAD-Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma with a minimum of 4 Grade 12 courses with a 70% overall final average including English 12 with a final grade of 70% or above including the provincial exam. NSCAD-ACADEMIC RECORD/TRANSCRIPT All high school applicants must have completed Grade 12 (or the highest grade level required for secondary graduation) with an average of 70% or higher, including a minimum grade of 70% in Grade 12 English. ADMISSIONS ESSAY Applicants are asked to state in a brief essay of one typed page their reasons for wanting to attend NSCAD University. Applicants should discuss the experiences they bring to the university or the reasons that have led them to apply. 2. No 3. Creating a homepage(website), creating an outdoor banner advertising, creating a logo that represents a company or group 4. Business management, Finance, Marketing, Computer graphics, CAD Design and Software, Creative writing, Public speaking, Journalism, Art HistoryDrawing, painting, sketching, Art portfolio, Graphic arts and printing

  10. Interior Designer • Income • Skills Required • Working Environment & Conditions • Job Outlook • Post-Secondary Training • High School Requirements

  11. Income • Junior Designer $25,000 to $30,000 a year 2. Senior or Self-Employed Designer -$50,000 to $80,000 a year 3. Salary or Self-employed 4. Salaried interior designers often receive benefits, such as dental coverage and sick days. Self-employed designers must provide their own benefits.

  12. Skills required 1. artistic ability, communication, planning, organization 2. National Council for Interior Design Qualification(NCIDQ) 3. Management experience Established client contacts Imagination to enhance the function and quality of interior spaces 4. -consulting with their clients about their needs -taking measurements and photos and look at blueprints of the project space -producing aesthetic, functional and safe designs for interior spaces -Estimating costs and materials required and may advise on leasing, real estate and marketing

  13. Working Environments & Conditions 1. Home, Office 2. No 3. No 4. Computer, Camera etc 5. Usually with clients 6. No

  14. Job outlook 1. The employment growth rate will likely be close to the average. 2. The unemployment rate (1%) is below the 2004 average (7%). 3. The number of job seekers will likely exceed the number of job openings. Although the retirement rate will likely be average, the number of retiring workers should contribute to job openings.

  15. Post-secondary training 1. university degree or college diploma in interior design or architectural design 2. 2 to 3-year diploma or a 4-year 3. The Art Institutes School Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design 4. The Art Institutes School ($46,140.00) Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design ($3,658.20) (two semesters 30 credits) 5. Kerry Black Scholarship -This scholarship, in the amount of $1,000 annually, is awarded to a student with a concentration in painting or ceramics, on the basis of artistic merit. Toni Borschneck Memorial Scholarship -A scholarship, in an amount determined annually, is presented to a student at Emily Carr and is based on artistic achievement at the University.

  16. High school requirements 1. Grade 12 graduation with an overall grade point average of 2.5 (C+ or 67%) calculated using the following five required courses; English 12 or First Peoples English 12 (a minimum grade of 60% or 'C' is required) -Two other grade 12 academic courses chosen from: English Literature 12, History 12, Other Language 12, Comparative Civilizations 12, Geography 12, Geology 12, BC First Nations Studies 12, Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Principles of Mathematics 12, Calculus 12, Physics 12, American Sign Language 12, Conservatory Canada 12, Royal Conservatory Music 12. Psychology 12, Law 12, Writing 12 (Creative, Journalism or Media), Marketing 12, Accounting 12, Applications of Mathematics 12, Communications 12 and Technical and Professional Communications 12. -Two option or elective courses chosen from any above or: Art Foundations 12, Studio Arts 12, Visual Arts 12, Choral Music 12, Instrumental Music 12, Dance 12, Drama 12, Acting 12, Theatre Performance 12, Theatre Production 12, Drafting and Design 12 2. NO 3. Decorating the individual bulletin boards of the residents working to a brief, designing interior designs researching and drawing up plans 4. Environmental psychology, architecture, product design, decoration

  17. Animator • Income • Skills Required • Working Environment & Conditions • Job Outlook • Post-Secondary Training • High School Requirements

  18. Income 1. $25,000 to $30,000 a year 2. $70,000 to $100,000 or more a year 3. self-employed freelancers who are contracted by companies for certain lengths of time or just until their projects are finished. 4. No

  19. Skills Required 1. graphic design, commercial art, graphic communications, cartooning, drawing, painting 2. TESDA Accredited National Certification in Animation 3. Animating the model, Animating the model, Building a model 4. Putting together an animated feature drawing a series of images that are filmed to create moving cartoons for film and television drawing the characters’ poses, movements, and expressions, and background testing the characters’ motions by flipping the pages through their fingers.

  20. Working environment & conditions 1. work in design studios, either at their homes or in offices. 2. No 3. No 4. Computer 5. Usually with others sometimes alone 6. No specific busy season but sometimes may work overtime to meet deadlines

  21. Job outlook 1. Employementgrew at an average rate 2. The unemployment rate (3%) is close to the 2004 average (7%). 3.The employment growth rate will likely be average because of the emergence of information technologies, and an increasing number of websites. The number of job seekers will likely exceed the number of job openings.

  22. Post-secondary training 1. high school diploma and creative ability as demonstrated by a portfolio of your work. university degree in visual arts with a specialization in graphic design, commercial art, graphic communications or cartooning, or a college/other program in graphic arts. 2. 4-5 years 3. The Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (Vanarts) Vancouver film school 4. VANART(FULL TIME PROGRAMS)-2D Animation ($19,750 ) 3D Animation for Film, TV & Games ($29,750 )  Vancouver film School -3D Animation & Visual Effects (12 months in Duration) ($34,750) 5. No specific scholarship available in school

  23. High school requirements 1. Communications & Media Studies, Visual Arts, Computers,Drafting & Design 2. No 3. creating a multi-media group that generates quality creative products for the animation, comic book, RPG and toy markets. creating short animated documentary features of interviews with children doing a series of web animation. 4. participating Animation Education for High School and Middle School Students developing computer skills ( photo shop , illustrator etc)

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