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The Clover Park Technical College Rotunda became a showcase for student portfolios on Aug. 26, as six students wrapping up their time in the Interior Design program exhibited their work for potential employers, alumni and members of the campus community.
The Clover Park Technical College interior design program received a special visit Friday morning. Four recent alumni returned to campus to share their career experiences since graduation and answer questions from current students.
Michael is a business owner and independent designer, and has been a designer in the Puget Sound area for more than 40 years. He attended Parsons The New School for Design in Paris, is a past president of the Washington state chapter of ASID, and has been an NCIDQ member since 1981. He joined CPTC’s Interior Design program in 2007 and is tenured faculty.
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Sunny graduated from CPTC’s Interior Design program and holds a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University. Along with teaching at CPTC, Sunny has maintained her own design business since 2004. She’s an active NCIDQ certificate holder and maintains her AKBD in kitchen and bath design from NKBA. She has taught at CPTC since 2007 and is tenured faculty.
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A graduate of the Interior Design program at Clover Park Technical College, Julie also holds a bachelor’s degree from Pacific Lutheran University, where she earned her teaching credentials. In addition to teaching at CPTC, she has maintained her own design business since 2005. Julie is an active NCIDQ certificate holder and also maintains her LEED Green Associate credential.
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