The internship program is the focus and climax of the BFA degree programs. Internships are individually arranged in the art major's senior year according to the student's interests and career objectives. Department of Fine Arts students have been placed in a wide variety of situations, including:
  • Major publishers, such as G.P. Putnam & Sons, children's book division, McFadden Publications and Lucas-Evans Books
  • Marvel Comics, Acclaim Comics and other comic publications
  • United Nations Postal Service
  • Elle, Tennis World, Metropolis, Life, Dance, Money, Parent, Reader's Digest and other magazines
  • Animation and television programming studios, such as Yoe Yoe Studios whose clients include MTV's Nickelodeon and Liquid Television
  • Mad Magazine
  • Advertising agencies including Grey Advertising , McCann-Erikson, Mizerek Advertising
  • Computer graphics studios, such as Cantor Design, Jonathan Tait, Inc., Meeting Environments, Inc.
  • Internships at Def Jam Music Group, Inc., Miramax Films, MTV Networks, and Polygram Records
  • Retail Stores, including Barney's
  • Museum archival work, at the Museum of Broadcasting, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and the American Museum of Natural History
  • Magazine publishing, such as at Time/Life, Inc. Art preservation and restoration, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Gallery internships at: B4A Gallery, Giordano Art, Ltd., G. W. Einstein Gallery, L. Kahan Gallery and Sindin Galleries
  • Artists' agents, including Barbara Lucas, a children's book agent
  • Toy design at Marvel Toys