Fashion design camp offered at Central Michigan University

on Tuesday,May 31,2011 23:05


Central Michigan is now offering a summer camp for individuals who are interested in fashion design, according to the Morning Sun.

The camp, which is run by design program professor Su Kyoung An, is offered to any individuals who are interested in fashion design who are currently in grades 9-12 or have recently graduated. The camp ends with a fashion show that the students work toward the entirety of their week-long stay, according to the news source.

"If this program is still around when my five year-old daughter is old enough to attend, I will be sending her here," the professor told the news provider.

There will be only one session this summer and it starts on June 26. The week starts with learning about the basics of design to creating personal pieces, the media outlet reports.

Prospective fashion designers should expect keen competition when entering the job field. These individuals may want to know what they will probably make as a salary as a professional. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals in this field can make more than $60,000, which was the annual median salary in 2008.
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