Design students at the University of California, Irvine are among a growing number of students and employers looking to hire graphic designers, according to a survey conducted by UclA.

According to UclB, the study showed that more than 10 percent of graphic designers in the U.S. were hired through the online job board jobadvice.com.

“The number of employers looking for graphic designers is up by more than 1,000% from a year ago,” said Stephanie O’Donnell, associate dean of the College of Design at UclC.

“We are seeing more employers reach out to designers through our job ads.”

UclU, a digital-only university, recently added a graphic design internship program, which is available to U.N. students.

“It was a natural fit for us to create this program, because we feel that graphic designers are among the most important engineers in our profession,” said Rachel Schleier-Cook, vice president for undergraduate programs at UCLU.

The program will offer the students a stipend of $500 a month for six months.

Students who are accepted into the program will be able to complete up to two months of online design training at U.U. Students must also complete two courses in graphic design at U-T.

They can choose between three courses on the UCLA site or three courses from the U-U site, according