Wednesday, November 10, 2010

INTERNSHIPS!

If you really want to be a hot commodity within the Fashion Design or Fashion & Retail Management world, you'll need a solid resume to accompany your college degree. You need a work history that demonstrates your commitment to the industry. We recommend you pursue internships while you are in school and possibly executive training programs upon graduation.

Just to help you get creative in your internship search, we've posted some ideas here. Keep in mind that most of these programs are VERY selective, and they require that you apply well in advance. Some of these programs will also require professional references and a strong GPA. Some of these are local, some are not. Read carefully!

Here you go...

This WEBSITE lists fashion-related internships nationwide.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS:
Disney College Program
JCPenney
Macy's
Sears Holdings
Target


EXECUTIVE TRAINING PROGRAMS:
Neiman Marcus
Saks Fifth Avenue
Sears Holdings
JCPenney (use the menu to select which training program is most appropriate)

Other local businesses to research and contact:

Tandy Brands
Dallas Cowboys Merchandising
BioWorld Merchandising
Fossil
Haggar
Watters
Sharon Young, Inc.
Mike Benet Formals
Unique Tailors
The Fitting Room
Davaco
Zales
Pier One
Varsity
The Cheerleading Company
Spirit Innovations
St. Pucchi Bridal

3 comments:

  1. Hi

    I read this post two times.

    I like it so much, please try to keep posting.

    Let me introduce other material that may be good for our community.

    Source: Retail interview questions

    Best regards
    Henry

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  2. I would totally love it if you updated this

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