Arts, Design, Fashion, and Entertainment

Explore careers in the arts by exploring the links below. Found a career you're interested in? Stop by CPD or make an appointment on Handshake with a career adviser and begin networking to learn more.

Some arts careers require a creative resume tailored to the job you are interested in. This helps you create a great first impression. Check out our resume samples in the Professional Documents folder of Career Resources.

The Office of Career and Professional Development at Washington and Lee University has not vetted any of the internship and volunteer opportunity listings on this page and makes no representations or guarantees regarding any of the listed opportunities. It is the responsibility of students and alumni to do their own due diligence when applying for and accepting any of these opportunities.

Quicklinks: Job and Internship Resources | Student Organizations & Departmental Resources | Alumni to Know

Job and Internship Resources




Design/Game Design



As with most industries, in fashion there is no single source for all internship opportunities. In addition to reviewing the links below, review company websites and/or LinkedIn pages.


Interior Design

Student Organizations & Departmental Resources

  • Arts League - Arts League plans to work with students to promote the arts at W&L and celebrate the many artists on campus. Arts League believes in promoting a more creative atmosphere on campus by promoting one another's work in all of the arts. We will promote our artists to the rest of campus as well as the Lexington Community! We plan to promote the pre-existing arts events on campus as well to create exciting events for the entire campus.
  • Dance Company - The dance company aims to give all students interested in dance the opportunity to study dance, create dance and perform dance both on campus and off.
  • WLUR - W&L radio station
  • World Languages Portal - The World Languages and Cultures portal provides information on course offerings, resources, and programs for students interested in building skills to prepare for a global and diverse society.