Thu, Feb 22nd, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Dunwoody College of Technology
818 Dunwoody Blvd, Minneapolis MN 55403

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The Dunwoody Design & Graphics Technology program will host its seventeenth consecutive InternExpo. Every year, in the third week of February, 2nd-year graphics students gather and exhibit portfolios, work samples, resumes, business cards and related items. It’s a reverse job fair popular with regional employers. Production managers, HR professionals, creative directors, business owners and others seeking emerging talent converge on the event.

There are fourteen available interns this year. We never have enough supply to meet demand, so plan on arriving early and visiting with each budding graphics professional. For more program information, check out http://www.dunwoody.edu/graphics.

No advance registration is required. Area design students and faculty are welcome as well.

Featured Competencies

Graphic Design

Production Art

Package/Display Design


Digital press operation


Contact Leadership

Danilo Bojic
Danilo Bojic
Director of Education
As a native Serbian, born and raised in Belgrade, Danilo has earned his BFA in Graphic Communications and BA in Art History from the University of Houston in 2009. In 2012 Danilo had successfully defended his thesis and holds an MFA Degree in Graphic Communications from the University of Houston.

Danilo engages the questions of enticing shifts in perception in design education and the influence of contemporary society and culture on our visual cognition in his research practice. His goal is to visually investigate the ability to communicate in different formats and create different levels of cognition through perception, acceleration, and construction of messages that raise consciousness, sensitivity, and conviction.

In his teaching practice, Danilo is committed to transforming the traditional design curriculum to expand the level of understanding of core and advance theoretical principles while utilizing historical and contemporary knowledge to enhance the learning experience. Danilo currently teaches design at Winona State University in Minnesota, USA.