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Career advice for design students from their peers

Two student designers share advice from a summer touring factories and studios as part of the Be Original Americas fellowship For many college students, especially freshman stepping onto campus for the first time, formal design education has just begun. Schedules filled with lectures, studio classes, and competitions will begin to turn aspiring creatives into designers, makers, and small business owners.
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