Part time fashion internship/job in Milan Italy?
how to find part time fashion jobs/internships in milan italy for college students!
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Strike A Pose!! I have a picture of myself at Model Management!! Being A Model could put you at the door of the fashion world in Europe (Italy). Get there an you could probably talk to a fashion designer about being their Intern!!
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Additionally, while you can certainly conduct your own online research and reach out to Italian schools directly, it might be more convenient if the colleges already have established connections.
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Possibly interact with your college's staff and maybe find some connections within the school setting that may welcome roads that could help to find that path. Some services within the student atmosphere could help present door openings and opportunities. Networking can help open doors.
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(2) Contact U.S. fashion firms that have a presence in Milan. Personal contact such as onsite visits make the most sense, since employers can experience your drive and enthusiasm.
Good news, tons of companies have offices out of Milan in fashion. I would go ahead and google "companies based in Milan, Italy" and work through that list. Some of these companies may or may not have official internship positions. I'd pick out the ones that look interesting and make a list. Then google the company name + "careers" and see check their job listing page of their website.
If you see a position you like but isn't an official internship you can reach out to someone in that department on linkedin and see if they know someone that can connect you. Often times companies are willing to bring on interns in areas.
Definitely leverage your school's study abroad program to the fullest extent. Your counselors through that program are paid to help you with this so make sure they know what you want and are actively helping you find internships.
Lastly, go on LinkedIn for those companies based in Milan and then message those people on LinkedIn. Emphasize you are a student and trying to get your foot in the door to learn more about the company. I would go ahead and say you have an interest in working their full-time after your education!
Hope this helps! To be honest, I took this exact approach once I knew I wanted to work for Nike.