Interning might be the only way left into the magazine industry for a good couple of years so we'd suggest sending your resume to GQ immédiatement. They need motivated, detail oriented and incredibly organized students to help out in the fashion closet and different editorial departments. It's unpaid, obviously, but you'll get school credit. Plus, who knows who you'll meet coming in and out of GQ. And, you'll be on the same floor as Teen Vogue, our personal favorite, and probably the most fun, Conde Nast office. If you can multi-task and you thrive in a super fast paced environment, send your resume and one, one paragraph explaining why you'd be a star intern to firstname.lastname@example.org. The better your availability, the better your chances. Good luck!
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GQ Needs Fashion Interns in NYC!
GQ is a monthly men's magazine that focuses on fashion, style, and culture through articles and features on clothing, food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, technology, and books. GQ is published by Condé Nast, which publishes some of the world's best magazines focusing on fashion, travel, food, home, and culture. The Fashion Editorial department of the magazine is currently looking for highly-organized, motivated, mature individuals to intern at their New York City headquarters. Fashion Editorial Interns work with Fashion Assistants and Editors on a wide range of projects for the fashion department. Responsibilities will include maintaining the fashion closet, working with PR companies and designers on sample pulls and returns, preparing for shoots, running errands, and general office support. The perfect candidate will be motivated, professional, highly-organized, and meticulously attentive to detail. They are able to work quickly and calmly in a high-paced environment on multiple projects.