Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Santa Monica Marketing Internship

  • Details forAwesome Marketing Internship
  • Address:Santa Monica, CA 90405 (map)
  • Date Posted:09/23/10
  • Job Type:Part-timeInternship
Description Are you looking for an internship where you contribute tangible results and gain real experience?

We are looking for a great mind who is available for roughly 20 hours a week, VERY flexible schedule. You can even work at home!

I am actively expanding my business and many of my clients are very demanding. I am searching for a marketing intern who is interested in ACTIVELY creating and managing marketing projects. This internship requires an individual who takes initiative on projects (this is NOT a position where you make coffee and answer phones). We are looking for someone highly motivated, creative, and wants to add real tangible work to his/her portfolio. The position will include working with team members to create, implement and analyze marketing plans, including streamlining the brand and advertising.

Best of all, you will be working with very motivated and FUN people. You will be treated as part of the team…not as a lowly intern. Your work will matter and you will definitely have fun.

This position is unpaid, but if you are eligible for college credit, we can work with that.

1. Personality and sense of humor
2. Must be pursuing degree in marketing, business administration, or similar OR have a degree or equivalent experience.
3. Must have reliable transportation for meetings.
4. Must be punctual and committed to tasks and projects.
5. Must be available to work 10-20 hours per week with VERY flexible hours


1. Creative and collaborative, must be able to generate and articulate new ideas and work on a team
2. Focused work ethic and multi-tasking, must be able to complete multiple projects and be attentive to details
3. Confident and self-motivated, this is NOT an internship for everyone.
4. Internet savvy, with focuses on SOCIAL MEDIA! (Facebook, Twitter, Blogging, etc.)
5. Strong written and verbal communication skills

Please email your resume as an attachment along with a short email of why you would be a good fit and what you would like to accomplish with this position.
Ad ID: 6131954

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PR/Marketing Intern

  • Address:Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (map)
  • Date Posted:09/28/10
  • Job Type:Internship
Established entertainment company is hiring superstar Marketing /PR Interns to drive public relations & marketing operations with several of our in house projects.

The perfect candidate is extremely organized and can work with us to develop and create brilliant high energy marketing, public relations and viral campaigns.Requirements are as follows:

Must be motivated, reliable, dedicated, dependable and honest. Develop media/press kit, write press releases, secure and assist with TV interviews and segments, viral media, etc. The ideal candidate is working on a degree in marketing, communications, public relations or a related field. Proficiency in new media technology skills is a must. A flexible schedule is ideal.

Job Duties include, but are not limited to:
-Web Development – Developing/Improving websites, blogs, updating and maintaining websites
-Update/Create Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Linkedin accounts; and other duties as assigned.
-Design blog posts using platforms such as: Wordpress, Blogger, Tumblr, etc
Conduct Media Outreach Campaigns

Other skills that would be a plus:
-Strong written and verbal communication skills are required.
-Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
-Familiarity with Social Media Platforms (Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube)
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office Software
Other Software knowledge a plus
Time management
Organizational skills
General Communications skills
Basic HTML knowledge

-Must be organized and detail-oriented
-Must be reliable – if you say you are going to do something, you must do it and complete it. No flakes!
-Knowledge of entertainment industry ideal but not essential
-Must be a team player
-Must be energetic, sociable, self motivated and a people person.

Please provide resume and portfolio when emailing response
Ad ID: 3005962

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Fashion Institute of Technology Internships

The Museum at FIT is dedicated to advancing knowledge of fashion through exhibitions, programs and publications.

Interns work directly within a host department, contributing to the museum's exhibitions, outreach, and management. Positions are available during the academic year, based on the projected workload of the host department and the qualifications and experience of the candidate. All positions have a 130 hour minimum requirement, are volunteer, and are unpaid.

Internships include appointments in the following departments: Costume, Accessories, Conservation, Registrar’s Office, Media, and Programming and Education.


Internships are open to graduate students pursuing a degree in a related field. Candidates should have a genuine interest in fashion. (The Media internships only require that a student have proficiency in Photoshop and either Dreamweaver or Powerpoint)

How to apply

Applications must include the following:
  • Application Form
  • Full resume of education and employment.
  • One academic recommendation (3 recommendations for conservation).
  • A cover letter describing the candidate’s interest in museum work and reasons for applying to the internship program.

Academic Year Internship application deadlines:

Spring term: Postmark February 13
Summer term: Postmark April 30
Fall term: Postmark June 1

Application materials for all internships should be submitted to:

The Museum at FIT
Internship Program
Seventh Avenue at 27th Street, E-301
New York, NY 10001
Fax: 212 217 4561

Costume Department

The Costume Collection consists of more than 35,000 objects dating from the mid 18th century to the present day. The collection has a strong emphasis on contemporary women’s fashion, but also includes menswear, active sportswear, and lingerie. In addition to exhibitions, the Costume Collection is a research resource for undergraduate and graduate students, visiting scholars, faculty, and the design industry.

  • Designer highlights include: Armani, Balenciaga, Beene, Blass, Chanel, Comme des Garçons, Dior, Galanos, Gaultier, Halston, James, McCardell, Miyake, Moschino, Poiret, Schiaparelli, Westwood.
  • Halston Archives and Study Room: design, patterns and related records documenting this important designer’s life work.
Interns in the Costume Department will assist curatorial staff with collection management and/or research projects. Knowledge of museum protocol is a plus, as is completed or ongoing coursework in fashion studies.


The Accessory Collection consists of approximately 15,000 objects that date from the mid 17th century to the present day. The collection has a particularly strong emphasis on designer accessories from the second half of the 20th century. The accessory collection is supported by the Solomon-Sloan Endowment Fund, which was established in 2005 to facilitate the acquisition, conservation, documentation and exhibition of accessories.

  • The footwear collection contains more than 4,000 pairs of shoes, boots and sandals. It includes examples by designers such as Manolo Blahnik, Roger Vivier, Herbert Levine, and Salvatore Ferragamo.
  • The millinery collection contains more than 3,000 hats by famous milliners such as Caroline Reboux, Lilly Daché, Halston and Philip Treacy. There are also many examples from designers such as Christian Dior, Balenciaga and Jacques Fath.
  • The handbag collection includes fine examples by luxury houses such as Hermès and Gucci as well as examples by Roberta di Camerino, Judith Leiber and Bonnie Cashin for Coach.
Interns in the Accessories Department will assist curatorial staff with collection management and/or research projects. Knowledge of museum protocol is a plus, as is completed or ongoing coursework in fashion studies.


The Museum’s Conservation Department handles all the preservation and conservation needs of the MFIT collection, including developing and maintaining a preventive conservation approach to collection’s maintenance. The department is responsible for the proper maintenance and storage of MFIT’s large and diverse collection of costumes, accessories, and textiles. The department prepares and mounts all costume and textile objects that are displayed in the Museum’s exhibitions, including any repair and/or cleaning procedures necessary to prepare the object for display. The staff is also responsible for the final phases of the accessioning process, which include labeling, vacuuming, condition reporting, and the final preparation for storage of all of newly accessioned objects that enter the collection.

Registrar’s Office

The Registrar’s Office manages legal, logistical and collections management tasks pertaining to the Museum collections, new acquisitions, outgoing loans and incoming loans for temporary exhibitions. The Registrar’s Office is responsible for maintaining legal documentation of the permanent collections and loans, including preparation of deeds of gift, loan agreements, certificates of insurance and receipts. The department arranges insurance coverage, packing and local, national or international transportation for objects entering or leaving the Museum. The Registrar’s Office also works closely with all other Museum departments on a range of long term collection management tasks, such as inventory, database records, facilities and environment issues, and the establishment and execution of collections policies.

Education and Public Programming

The Education and Public Programs Department organizes and coordinates special projects and events (including lectures, symposia, etc.) to provide insightful and intriguing perspectives on the culture of fashion. The department is responsible for shaping and expanding the museum’s visibility and outreach (to the college community, the textile and fashion industries and the public). It coordinates museum internships and handles internal and external customer service inquires. The Education and Public Programs Department works closely with other Museum departments in shaping up outreach and educational events. It also collaborates with other departments at FIT in marketing and public relations initiatives.

Museum Media

Internships in Museum Media are in one of two areas: Visual Resources or Web Presence. The Museum Photographer takes and organizes all photographs for documentation, publicity, and promotion. Interns are required to be proficient in Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Powerpoint. The Museum Media Manager maintains the Museum's web presence and online marketing initiatives, by designing websites, producing videos, maintaining a social network presence, writing a monthly newsletter, and working on other online initiatives. Interns may help keep information current on the website, maintain MFIT's social network presence on Facebook and Twitter, and Youtube, assist with web design projects, and update material for the Online Collections. Interns are required to be proficient with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS , and know how to navigate social network platforms.

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Claudia Endler Designs Marketing and PR Spring 2011 Internship


About Claudia Endler Designs
Los Angeles Brewery-based Claudia Endler Designs is a premier designer of distinctive, contemporary jewelry specializing in combining the best of graphic design, art and architecture. Each design features architectural- and geometric-inspired elements to create a sculpturally visual impact and is handcrafted in silver, 18K white, red or yellow gold or platinum. Collections and custom designs include singularly unique creations for men and women, such as stackable rings, statement pieces and wedding designs. In addition CED is also launching a new fashion collection.

Additional Info:

We're looking for an intern to help with online research, online public relations, data entry, marketing campaigns, website management, and social media. Interns will get a chance to learn about fashion, luxury and bridal marketing practices and will get to work on marketing initiatives as well as participate in overall strategy. They will work directly with the designer and other marketing resources.

Requirements: Intern must own their own laptop, be able to work in the Claudia Endler Designs Studio, and have working knowledge of photoshop, and social media. Writing skills will be required as well as this intern will be working on public relations campaigns.

16-20 Hours Per Week

Disney Costume Design Internship Spring 2011




Costuming Design Internship – Spring 2011
Role Description
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: partnering with costume Designers and Design Coordinators, performing design research, developing design presentations. Requires technical illustration ability (line drawings) and artistic rendering capabilities. Must have the ability to learn and become proficient in software applications such as Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Illustrator. The Design Intern role includes working with the WEB PDM system and is responsible for new design documentation.

Required Qualifications
• Currently earning a college/university degree in Fashion Design, Merchandising, Costume Design or related field
• Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills
• Demonstrated strong partnering skills
• Demonstrated strong computer skills and willingness to learn new programs
• Students must receive academic credit or recognition from their respective school to be considered
• Students must be currently enrolled full-time and in good standing
• Eligible candidates include undergraduates (second year and above) and graduate students
• This program is a partnership between Walt Disney Parks and Resorts and the educational institution therefore students will be required to resume their studies upon completion of this program
• Ability to be flexible with work schedule, including overtime

Desired Qualifications
• Proven experience using Photoshop, Artworks and Illustrator
• Proven Design experience in the Theater, Film or Apparel Industry

Company Overview
Since its opening in 1971, the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, FL has grown to feature four theme parks – the Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. In addition, more than 20 themed resort hotels, two water parks, and the Downtown Disney® Area, a daytime and nighttime entertainment complex, are part of the Walt Disney World Resort.

Internship Eligibility
• Must be enrolled in a college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program
• Must possess unrestricted work authorization
• Must provide full work availability
• Must provide own transportation to/from work
• Current Active Disney Cast Members must meet Professional Internship transfer guidelines (no more than four points and/or one reprimand in the last six months)

Program Length
The approximate dates of this internship are 01/11/11 – 06/17/11. Interns must be fully available for the duration of the internship.

A limited amount of company-sponsored housing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

How to Apply
• Click the “Apply for this job” link at the bottom of this posting.
• Create a profile, or log into an existing profile, ensuring that your email address and contact information is up to date.
• Complete the online application and questionnaire (if prompted).
• To expedite consideration, we highly recommend that you BOTH upload your resume AND copy and paste the text when creating your candidate profile.
• The deadline to apply for this internship is October 8, 2010

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Posted by Stephanie Coronado