We are looking for a curious and organizationally skilled person to join our team. Interested?
We are looking for a curious and organizationally skilled individual to join our team, part-time for two-three months starting as soon as possible. Duties will include assisting the editors in different ways; mainly in researching, planning and producing editorial content, maintaining and updating our WordPress platform and working with specific temporary projects, such as flea markets and other events.
Strong research and writing skills are necessary, as well as an interest in and understanding of the fashion industry in general and sustainable initiatives in particular. Basic understanding of WordPress and Adobe Photoshop is a plus, an if you’re a good photographer, there will definitely be opportunities to expand your photo portfolio (alongside your writing portfolio). This is an unpaid internship for a minimum of two months. Academic credit possible – and we will teach you everything we know. And hey, we’re based in Stockholm!
Interested? Please email Lisa Corneliusson, firstname.lastname@example.org with “Intern Make it last” as subject.
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