Career Opportunities/Job Openings

​Marketing Program

What Kind of Work Will You Do?

  • Plan and execute marketing strategies to achieve organizational goals.
  • Manage a service, wholesale, retail or manufacturing business or department.
  • Sell ideas and products to customers.
  • Plan sales promotions and advertising campaigns, including displays.
  • Service established customers to achieve repeat business.
  • Conduct research to identify customer needs.
  • Manage salespeople.
  • Support product performance with technical upgrades.

What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?

  • Rapid advancement opportunities.
  • International marketing opportunities.
  • Transfer plans are on file if you want to go on to get a four-year degree.
  • Dealing with dissatisfied customers and difficult employees can create pressure.
  • In some careers, you may be required to work evenings and weekends.
  • Work 40-50 hours a week in a challenging environment.
  • This educational program is excellent preparation for those who may someday want to start their own business.


Management Program

What Kind of Work Will You Do?

  • Manage a department or branch of a business.
  • Plan and implement work schedules.
  • Purchase products for resale or manage a physical distribution program.
  • Be a team leader with a group of employees.
  • Plan and execute production programs using Total Quality Management
  • Establish human resource programs such as salary, schedules, fringe benefit packages, equal employment opportunity programs and training programs.
  • Execute or manage the information flow in a business. 

What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?

  • The Management program offers a number of career and additional education options.
  • Some employers will pay tuition for you to get a baccalaureate degree.
  • Have an opportunity to plan and organize your work schedule.
  • Pressure and stress may exist when deadlines and company objectives have to be met.
  • Strong math background will enhance success in some management areas.
  • Most work details and programs will be executed through the use of a computer/terminal.

​Fashion Program

What Kind of Work Will You Do?

For any type of fashion merchandising or management position:

  • Coordinate a team effort in developing and promoting the sale of fashion merchandise.
  • Design visual presentations to project seasonal trends that generate customer excitement.
  • Develop promotional activities such as advertising, visual merchandising, and fashion shows to communicate a strong fashion image for the company.
  • Recruit, lead and motivate members of the fashion merchandising team.
  • Execute merchandising plan, including inventory and budget control, scheduling, store layout, markdowns, training employees, payroll and daily sales records.

What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?

  • Individuals with a good eye in design can go into a fashion-related career.
  • The diploma major or the AAS degree major may include an emphasis in apparel or interior design.
  • Option of transferring to earn a four-year degree or go immediately into a fashion career.
  • Internships are paid positions with pay dependent upon previous experience. Rapid advancement and salary increases follow.
  • Work schedules may vary to include some evenings and weekend hours in fashion retail careers.
  • Fashion career opportunities are numerous nationwide.
  • A fashion career offers variety and flexibility. Jobs for career-oriented individuals are plentiful. Pay is based on salary plus bonuses with high earning potential.

Job & Internship Postings & Career Services​

DMACC students and alumni can view current job and internship postings on Handshake, DMACC’s career services platform. Click here to join Ha​ndshake​ and…

  • Access job and internship postings from employers looking to hire DMACC candidates.
  • Share your resume and connect directly with employers through the Handshake messaging center.
  • Stay up-to-date on local and virtual hiring events: career fairs, information sessions, interviewing events, and more.

Also, the DMACC Career Center provides free career services to DMACC students and alumni, Click here to learn more.​