MATC graduates designing dreams as part of new interior design internship program
By: Tori Bokios
Posted: Jun 2, 2019 9:00 AM CDT
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(MILWAUKEE) Designing a space is a lot more than just picking out the furniture. Measurements and problem-solving are just a few of the skills that go into the art.
Some Milwaukee Area Technical College students are getting the opportunity to make their interior design dreams come true through a new school program called Student Design Lab in partnership with National Business Furniture, a local retailer located in West Allis. It gets them out of the classroom into a real-world design environment to learn about planning spaces and problem-solving. It also provides mentoring that can sometimes be hard to find for students.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Tori Bokios checked out some of their projects.