Online Firms Seeks to Make Graphic Design Education Accessible
DENVER, CO (March 17, 2009) – As one of the most notoriously expensive educational degrees available, graphic design schools are often unfairly set aside to be considered by only the most dedicated of artists and techies. According to CareerToolKits.com, a leading educational information resource, this kind of myth can keep some of the best potential students away from considering what could become a fulfilling and rewarding career.
Traditional private graphic design institutions, especially those that focus on any sort of general or specific art degree, can often come in at a total of $20,000 per year for tuition alone. Other educational options, including four-year public universities or two-year community college degrees can be equally pricey once tuition, fees, and other equipment necessary to compete in the graphic design field are factored in. In today’s economy, these kinds of numbers can be a challenge for many prospective students.
Jennifer Charleston, spokesperson for CareerToolKits.com, wants to dispel the idea that graphic design is only for the select few with the drive or the finances to breeze through the necessary training. “The graphic arts are a huge field,” Charleston asserts. “It doesn’t matter what state you’re in or what kind of education you want – there are options to fit every prospective student and every professional.” From computer-based design and marketing and promotional material development to graphic novel authorship, there are many careers options for those with graphic design degrees – and many different types of schools that offer them. Thanks to CareerToolKits.com, getting that degree has never been easier.
A focus on both students and professionals is what makes CareerToolKits.com unique among online resources for education and training. Unlike many sources of information on the graphic design field, CareerToolKits.com offers a comprehensive look at selecting the right school, knowing what kind of salary to expect, and how to find the right job after graduation.
“By looking at the big picture,” Charleston adds, “the costs of education are greatly decreased. Choosing the right school is one way to make a good investment in the future; making decisions that are best for your life goals is another.”
CareerToolKits.com is a leading online resource of career educational and training information. The website offers a comprehensive database of graphic design schools, tips on getting started, and general informational articles on a variety of leading professions in the United States. The company also provides testing support and information for students looking to gain certification in their respective fields. For more information on graphic design careers, visit them at:
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