Looking for an entry level job or internship in apparel? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
You can also work with a company that designs or sells clothing. Depending on whether you choose to work with a clothing company with a physical presence or an online company, you could work in finance, human resources, software development, customer support, or marketing.
Most of these positions require a college degree. While you don’t technically need a degree to become a fashion designer, you do need a portfolio.
|Retail Beauty Team Member|
Target Stores Sterling, VA
|Merchandisers | Drive More. Earn More.|
Lyft Dulles, VA
|Sell AVON - Earn 40% of What You Sell|
Avon Ashburn, VA
|Retail Store Manager - Bethesda, MD|
CVS Health Bethesda, MD
|Merchandiser - Leesburg, VA|
Dietz and Watson and Nosh Group Leesburg, VA
|Temporary Part Time Merchandisers|
Revlon Leesburg, VA
Floyd's 99 Barbershop Washington, DC
|(Local) Fashion Design Jobs|
FindDreamJobs Ashburn, VA
|Retail Project Merchandiser Part Time (ZIP: 22180)|
Advantage Solutions Vienna, VA
|Adjunct, History of Costume, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising or Theater|
Marymount University Arlington, VA
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