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 Salesfloor Supervisor - Hometown|
ShopKo Stores Presidio, TX
|Apparel Sales Associate|
Big Barn Harley-Davidson Des Moines, IA
|Retail Softlines/Apparel Manager|
Sports Authority v1 Exton, PA
|Retail Store Manager- Ladies Apparel - NYC|
FOX’S Designer Off-Price New York, NY
Rural King Effingham, IL
|Nike Factory Store Apparel Coach (Dept. Mgr.) Cabazon CA|
Nike, Inc. Cabazon, CA
|Retail Sales - Women's Apparel - Northgate|
Nordstrom Seattle, WA
|Intimate Apparel Sales Professional Part Time: Bloomingdale's San Francisco Centre, CA|
Bloomingdale's San Francisco, CA
|Dog and Cat Dept Manager|
Petco Los Angeles, CA
|Retail Sales and Backroom Staff|
Valley West Uniforms Des Moines, IA
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