Clay Braxton



Many students in the School of Art and Design choose internships to gain hands-on experience in their field. Internships prepare students to enter today’s job market, provide experience for starting their own businesses, or help students prepare for graduate level study. Art and design students have completed internships across a variety of disciplines, contexts, and business.

Recently students completed internship at:

  • IBM, Austin, TX (graphic design)
  • Charlotte City Center Partners, Charlotte, NC (graphic design)
  • Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, NC (art and design)
  • InMotion, Greenville, NC (film)
  • Full Frame School of Documentary, Durham, NC (film)
  • All American Collegiate Baseball League, Huntersville, NC (film)
  • Michele Hastings & Jeff Brown Pottery, Seagrove, NC (ceramics)
  • North Carolina Pottery Center, Seagrove, NC (ceramics)
  • Initial Design, Natick, MA (graphic design)
  • Citrix, Raleigh, NC (graphic design)
  • Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge, Greenville, NC (art and design)
  • CAM Raleigh, Raleigh, NC (art and design)
  • Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, MO (photography)
  • Generate Design, Raleigh, NC (graphic design)
  • Atlanta Magazine, Atlanta, GA (photography)
  • Nixon, Encinitas, CA (graphic design)
  • Flanders Corporation, Washington, NC (graphic design)
  • Magnolia Photography, Williamston, NC (photography)
  • International Academy of Public Safety, Holly Springs, NC (graphic design)
  • Capstrat, Raleigh, NC (graphic design)
  • Brittani Schultze Photography and Graphic Design, Goldsboro, NC (graphic design and photography)
  • ConMech, Apex, NC (animation/interactive design)
  • {re}vici, Huntersville, NC (graphic design)
  • Deep Fried Creative, Washington, NC (graphic design)

Current internship opportunities (for Summer and Fall 2016) include:

  • Charlotte City Center Partners, Charlotte, NC (graphic design)
    To apply: send an email with a link to an online portfolio to: David Snapp, Vice President of Marketing,
  • Capstrat, Raleigh, NC (graphic design)

To receive course credit for an internship, students must enroll in ART 4010, ART 4020, or ART 4030. Students complete 140 hours of work for 3 credits; up to 6 credits may be earned at one internship site. Students must select a School of Art and Design faculty member as their instructor. Students then complete the School of Art and Design Internship Contract by the beginning of the internship semester. Students are responsible for communicating with faculty to request internship supervision.

Internship Application and Evaluation Forms

For more information, please contact undergraduate programs coordinator Kate LaMere at or 252-328-5180.