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The ACT Program works closely with Career Services as students complete both for-credit internships and paid off-campus work-study positions in art/design education.  

While ACT Alumni may pursue completion of the Single Subject Teaching Credential or graduate school in Fine Arts, Design and/or Education, they also pursue careers listed below.

ACT Alumni Pursue Careers As:

Art Therapists
Arts Administrators
Community Activists
Community-based Arts Educators
Designers of educational materials, websites, and spaces
Exhibiting Artists
K-12 Credentialed Art Teachers
Museum Educators
Project Managers
Socially Engaged and Public Artists
Teaching Artists and Designers

ACT Alumni Featured in Fall 2012 OMAG

ACT Alumni Featured in OMAG (PDF)

Selected Employers Include:

Artists for a Better World
After School All Stars Los Angeles
Brentwood School
Capistrano Unified School District
Centinela Valley Union High School District
Collins Elementary School, Paramount Unified School District
The Country School
Craft and Folk Art Museum
Digital Dragon
ECF Art Centers
The J. Paul Getty Museum’s Education Department
First Steps for Kids
Holtville Unified School District
Homeboy Art Academy
Inner City Arts
International School of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo Japan
Kids for Peace
LA County Museum of Art’s Education Department
Las Fotos Project
Mobile Mural Lab
MOMA's Education Department
Otis College of Art and Design
Otis Extension's K-12 Programs
reDiscover Center
Side Street Projects
Sun Valley Youth Art Center
Venice Arts
Venice High School’s New Media Academy
Wildwood Elementary School