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.
|Apparel Team Member|
Target Stores Fort Worth, TX
|Dress & Apparel vendors wanted|
Wedding.com San Jose, CA
|Retail Sales Associates|
Dicks Sporting Goods Waite Park, MN
|Retail Sales Associate|
Field & Stream Battery Park, VA
|Instructor - Apparel Merchandising & Product Development|
Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, OH
|APPAREL SCREEN PRINTER|
PRIVATE LABEL SPECIALTIES Goffstown, NH
|Concept Visualization Intern - Connected Apparel Futures Team - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
adidas Chadds Ford, PA
|Apparel Shop Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
Anthropologie & Co. - Fashion Industry Palo Alto, CA
|Manager, Footwear & Apparel - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity|
Viacom - Entertainment and Media Industry New York, NY
|Sr. Designer (Performance Apparel) - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
The North Face - Fashion Industry Alameda, CA
Check out the latest job and internship postings in apparel.