Internships are available throughout the year, typically lasting 8-10 weeks, working 20-40 hours per week. Working as an intern means applying book learning or related knowledge to a real world working environment. Tailored to their specific capabilities, interns can get hands on experience with process and proceedures from design work to finished product. Along with apparel design, student seeking internships in areas of fashion and technical writing, illustration, business or marketing, photography, graphic and web design are also welcome. Some internships do not need to be completed on site, as work can be transferred over the internet and by e-mail. All internships are an unpaid position.
Applicants seeking college credit should be a junior or senior standing, should be reliable, able to work independently, and a self-starter. Others with the same characteristics and no less than 3 years of progressive sewing experience may also be considered.
* a letter of interest and desired position
* a resume, including a summary of relevant course work and skills
* an unofficial college transcript
* a one page essay outlining the reason for seeking this internship
Sew Chic Pattern Company
595 Dampier Dr.
Philomath, OR 97370