How do you apply for an MFA program at Florida State?
Here’s how to find out!
The MFA is a major step in your career and will prepare you for jobs in a variety of creative industries.
If you are interested in the MFA, read our MFA FAQ.
You can also find MFA job opportunities online.
What’s an MFO?
An MFO is a person who has a degree from a U.S. college or university.
They are often college students with no formal training.
An MFO will usually work as a full-time, non-union employee for a corporation, government, or nonprofit.
What’s the difference between an MF and a MFO and how do I get one?
An employee is a full time employee who is not on an hourly wage.
They must be employed by the company they are employed for at least one year.
An employee who does not have an MFLA will need to have a letter of employment from their employer.
How do I apply for the MFO program?
You can apply for MFO programs by visiting the State of Florida’s online application portal, or by calling 1-866-724-4455.
The online application will require you to provide a picture of your face, and your name, address, and contact information.
You will also be asked to provide some information about yourself.
Once your picture and your information are completed, you will receive an email confirmation with your application.
The MFO process takes anywhere from six to eight weeks.
You can also apply by phone.
Call 1-800-826-2342 to set up an appointment.
If your application has been approved, you can apply online for the same appointment.
If you have any questions about the MFP, please contact your local State Office of Career Services at 1-888-927-4357.
For more information about the State’s MFA programs, visit the State Of Florida website.