I have a shot at a pretty good job in graphic design, but one of the requirements is Mac proficiency.
Personally, I don't see what the big deal is. The software is the same whether it's mac or PC, isn't it?
Anyhow, I know some of you have Macs, and I'd be grateful to anyone that would give me a few lessons, so I can at least feel my way around....
Does ICC have any macs available and in a common area for student access? Perhaps you could go there. Seriously though a osx for dummies book and a little reading will take you a long way as the mac is the simplest computer to use ever, almost too easy and that is what confuses windows users most, do not over think it, when in doubt just double click the file, drag stuff where you need it.
macs are the easiest computers to use. everything is WYSIWYG. commands for Quark and PS are all the same as well but like SM said, you substitute the command key for the control key and press the option key and the mouse button as a way to "right click."