Employment Toolkit & Additional Resources

SAIC Career and Professional Experience's (CAPX) includes information for pursuing internships and seeking employment such as résumé examples, how to set up a LinkedIn profile and more. 

Employment Toolkit [PDF]

Résumé Resource Pages

Cover Letter Resource Pages

CV Resource Page

On Line Reputation Management

Website Creation Platforms


Guides and Tutorials

$ALT: Money Knowledge for College and Beyond

A free educational program that will help you, whether you are a student or an alum, take control of your finances as you plan for your future.


Documenting Your Work

A guide that starts with camera basics and takes you through post-production using Adobe Photoshop to best document your work for your online portfolio.

Documenting Your Work with Robert Chase Heishman [PDF]

Artist Statements and Bios

A short handout outlining what defines an artist statement and the tips for writing a statement that highlights your work best. Artist's statements are especially significant for applying for funding, further schooling, and can help inform your elevator pitch.

Artist Statement [PDF]

Connecting with the Professional World

Remember to stay connected through our Facebook and Twitter pages as they each include up to date resources and current opportunities.

Applying for a U.S. Student Fulbright Fellowship through SAIC [PDF]

Free Resources for Artists ‌[PDF]

Resources for Funding Your Creative Practive [PDF]

Business Resources

Further Education

Resources are also available through Admissions

Tools for Teaching

Helpful Sites


Contact us at 312.629.6810 or careers@saic.edu.

All events are free for SAIC degree-seeking students and alumni. Persons with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation for this program should contact careers@saic.edu or 312.629.6820 as soon as possible so that arrangements can be made.