We're looking for a curious and organizationally skilled individual to join our team in January.
We’re looking for a curious and organizationally skilled individual to join our team, full-time starting mid-January 2016. Duties include assisting the editors in different ways, working mainly with collaborations and specific projects–such as Tradera Trend, flea markets and assisting at various fashion productions–as well as working with a soon-to-be launched section of Make it last that lists the world’s best sustainable brands. Alongside strong organizational skills, research and (English) writing skills are necessary, as well as an interest in and understanding of the fashion industry in general. Basic understanding of WordPress and Adobe Photoshop is a plus. This is an unpaid internship for a minimum of two months. Academic credit possible – and we’ll teach you everything we know. We’re based in Stockholm and work from 9 am to 5 pm.
Interested? Please email email@example.com with “Intern Make it last” as subject. You can write in English or Swedish. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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