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ATTN:

I am looking for my first ever intern! (Oh wow… just saying that makes me giddy!)

A little over a year has passed since I took Lonestar Southern on as my full time job, and as I head into year two, I’m looking for a right hand gal to share the fun with! This position is unpaid, and will require 10-15 hours a week. Read below for all the details!

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THIS POSITION WILL INCLUDE…
  • photography
  • social media management
  • inventory management
  • correspondence
  • content brainstorming and creation
SKILLS NEEDED
  • proficient knowledge of social media (namely Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest and Youtube)
  • knowledge of DSLR cameras (huge plus)
  • knowledge of Lightroom and Photoshop (huge plus)
  • knowledge of WordPress (huge plus)
  • strong written and verbal communication skills
I’M LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO…
  • is located in the DFW area
  • has an artistic eye and creative mindset
  • is a proactive “doer”
  • has an eye for the latest fashion trends
  • has the ability to keep me on-task
  • has strong organizational skills
  • is kind, lighthearted and fun!!!
If interested, please send the following to [email protected] with the subject line “INTERN” :
  • cover letter
  • resume
  • a quick blurb covering your career aspirations

Applications are due by Tuesday, August 30th at 11:59 pm, but the sooner they’re submitted, the better! I am SO, so excited to begin the hunt. Happy weekend, everyone!

Love from Texas,

Kate

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4 Comments

  1. Sam Jaynes said:

    is there an age requirement?

    Published 8.27.16 · Reply
  2. Mary said:

    Eeek be careful, interns can only be unpaid if they are shadowing/not taking over the job of someone else.

    Published 9.1.16 · Reply
  3. Kayley Hillhouse said:

    I think I would just die being your intern

    Published 9.1.16 · Reply
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