ID Connections

Be a mentor and hire an interior design student!

Published by Patrick Voisin, January 09, 2017.

Mount Royal University in Alberta has reached out to IDC to help spread the word about an excellent program to help students find employment, get experience and learn from a mentor! And who better to do so than IDC members and their firms?

This is an opportunity to hire a senior level interior design student. You will get a minimum of 450 hours of dedicated help for your winter/spring 2017 projects. More importantly, you’ll be able to provide an opportunity for a student to gain valuable work experience and help build the future of the profession in Canada.

Look what Bachelor of Applied Interior Design students can do for you:

  • Develop a design concept and apply the creative process to design
  • Strong freehand presentation skills: sketching, perspective drawing and mixed media
  • Generate technical drawings for architectural millwork and interior construction
  • Skilled at creating computer generated drawings using AutoCAD
  • Computer word processing abilities including: spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and Internet research

For more information on the program and what Applied Interior Design students can do for you, click here or contact Joanne Johnston, Work Experience Coordinator, at or 403.440.6735.

Industry Partners
Hunter Doulgas keilhauer Altex Midgley Williams Sonoma For The Trade Architex
PC350 Interface Lauzon Shaw Contract Levey Industries Caesarstone Canada
Benjamin Moore Cosentino Samsung Knoll Arconas Mohawk Group