124 255 000
Delray Beach, FL 33483
FASHION ADMINISTRATION INTERN
Ambitious and hardworking fashion intern eager to take on the administrative tasks that accompany stock management. Currently enrolled in 2nd year of Fashion & Fashion Marketing BA Hons at the University of Florida.
FASHION AND FASHION MARKETING BA HONS | UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
2018 – 2021
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL
Relevant modules included:
supply chain management, fashion business management, material selection and specification, project: sustainable supply chain in fashion
Day 1: Writing your Header/Contact Information
Day 2: Writing your Work Experience Section
Day 3: Writing your Education Section
Day 5: Writing your Summary/Career Objective
Day 6: Writing your Skills Section
Shop delux resume and cover letter combos. Specially designed by a certified resume writer for those with little to work experience.
I’ll review your resume and cover letter twice. The 1st time to suggest changes. The 2nd time to ensure you’ve implemented those changes like a pro.
I though it’d be helpful to gather the experiences of real fashion students who’ve actually held an internship in fashion. This will help you know what to expect for when you land yours. Here’s is some of what they had to say.
Education:Bachelor of Arts BA, Fashion
School:University of Derby
Position held:Intern @ Tiffany Jordan Bridal
The application process was quite straight forward, I just had to go for an informal interview and show my portfolio.
I was told the work would be a lot more hands on and design based however unfortunately it was more aimed towards the selling side of the business.
It taught me a lot about how to run a small business within the fashion industry, and how to market that brand ect. As well and how to deal with customers and what they want/need.
Hopefully I will be settled in a job with the fashion industry as a designer or pattern cutter.
What’s it been like for you working in fashion? Tell your story.
If just can’t get the words out, answer these questions. You can use as much – or as little- detail as you see fit.
• What have you studied?
• How did you land your job/internship?
• What position did you hold?
• What was the application process like?
• Expectation vs reality: how do you find the work?
• What did the job/internship teach you about the fashion industry?
• Where do you see your career in next 3 to 5 years?