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How to Apply

To apply for an Associate and/or Senior level internship course* (IC296,IC297, IC298, IC496, IC497, IC498):
  1. The first step in applying, you’ve already discovered, is to attend an orientation. The orientation will go over EVERYTHING about the program; nuts to bolts. AND ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY.
  2. At the orientation you will receive an application package and you will be instructed on how to upload specific documents that MUST be completed/uploaded by the deadlines.

After registering in our online database, Symplicity,  the documents that must be completed and uploaded to our online application program are:

  1. ONE-PAGE RESUME
    For help in completing your ONE-PAGE resume you’ll find a sample resume and a list of action verbs that will help you write the best descriptions of what you’ve done (do) at former (and current) jobs and internships.
  2. A COVER LETTER
    This letter, addressed to Dear Internship Center Counselor, will note your FIT student status (i.e., I am a seventh semester AMC major). It will also describe relevant work and volunteer experience and conclude by stating that you will confirm your appointment with your counselor a day or two before your scheduled interview and that you understand that you must be dressed professionally for your interview.
  3. SURVEY**
    This is an exercise that will assess your understanding of our rules and regulations.
  4. “FOUNDATION SKILLS” SELF-ASSESSMENT*
    Foundation skills are those required of all workers in the high-performance workplace of the 21st century. They are grouped into four clusters: Basic Skills, Thinking Skills, People Skills, and Personal Qualities. The College’s Internship Center offers you an opportunity to recognize and utilize your strongest skills and to develop other skills that you need to achieve your maximum success in your chosen career.

* Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Production Management and Menswear must attend a special orientation that is set up by set up by your department a semester during the students 3rd (Menswear and AAS-level Production Management), or 7th semester (Fashion Design, Fine Arts and BS-level Production Management

** We will provide you with digital copies (MS Word format) of this documents via email after you have attend an orientation.

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