Fall '18 Internships

 

Program Overview: 

    Columbus Editorial Society is a modern fashion media and model development company that is seeking a team of student interns to join our team for 2018. After an unexpected beginning in 2016, CES has grown into a new wave in the fashion industry with over 100 of paying members, known for high quality fashion media in the form of photography, videography, printed lookbooks, and events. 2017 has brought expansions in model development and management including educational workshops and international representation.

    Highlights of 2018 include being sponsored by GJ Pepsi, CES founders speaking at Startup Week Columbus, international contracts for several CES models, a constantly growing membership program, and CES accruing it’s first local corporate client. Student interns will experience entrepreneurship in an ultra alternative, young start-up company in the fashion industry, watch leaders navigate the waves of a new and competitive company, and make local and international connections through our networking based organization!

Dates & Duration:

per CCAD Requirements for credit

Span the duration of the full Fall 2018 semester (16 weeks) Monday August 27 - Friday December 14

Includes 240 on-site work hours averaging about 15 hours per week on a consistent but flexible schedule. This will be a combination of:

  • Guest to shadow/observe/participate in local industry fashion + networking events
  • Observing/assisting CES events (photoshoots, workshops, runway, +)
  • Guest to shadow/observe/participate in meetings with partners, legal team, etc.
  • Working/shadowing in the office on projects, evaluation, etc.
  • Opportunity to attend Haven Collective professional development events (networking, workshops) with team

 

Application and Deadline:

  • Open at this time until filled or otherwise
  • columbuseditorialsociety.com or CCAD career site
  • Cover letter, resume, portfolio or website + instagram

Requirements:

Students must be currently enrolled in a local college. 15 weekly onsite hours are required.

  • Confident, kind, positive and professional attitude 🙂 
  • Passion for fashion, design, editorial, modeling industries
  • Entrepreneurial: Creative, innovative, and risk taking! 
  • Ability to develop and execute action plans
  • Implement creative direction independently
  • Exceptional use of social media (personal or prev. portfolio)
  • Exceptional use of Adobe Creative Suite or avid learner

Compensation:

Nonpaid + CES will cover the following:

  • $ Haven Collective Membership
    • Coworking space
    • Networking + development events (3+ monthly)
    • Event space rental
  • $ CES Member benefits
    • 30% off rental at Chromedge Photo Lab
    • Online member network
    • Free monthly open studio
  • $ Tickets to local fashion shows and events
  • $ Lunch/coffee paid for meetings with partners + legal

Additional takeaways:

  • Interview and network with local artists and business partners
  • Attend local fashion shows and events
  • Attend editorial shoots and productions
  • Build portfolio with free personal use of all content
  • Interview and network with local artists and business partners
  • Cross collaboration with interns of other majors/specialties
  • International opportunities available (2017 Phillipines, 2018 China, 2019 in planning.)

 

Open Positions:

Advertising & Branding Intern

Arts Admin, Advertising, or Comm Major

The communication intern will be included in planning CES’s various marketing campaigns. They will have the opportunity to shadow the process of forming partnerships with venues and local organizations that are mutually beneficial and experience writing proposals and anticipating potential issues. Hands on opportunities include drafting campaigns, participating in meetings with CES partners, and evaluating success rates of various initiatives. The advertising and branding intern can meet objectives such as developing marketing strategies. 

Videography Intern

Film & Video, Art Major

The videography intern will be included using videography to document, create brand assets and use film in marketing, and work with the director of videography on creative and editorial film projects. They will have the opportunity to shadow the director of videography on production and post processing. Hands on opportunities include working on set with the editorial production team including photo, video, fashion, beauty, and venue/set, and can use their work as valuable portfolio assets. The videography intern can meet objectives such as working in different sets and conditions, documentary film, and film for marketing.

Graphic Design Intern

Advertising, Graphic Design Major

The graphic design intern will be included in planning the graphic design elements for CES marketing campaigns and print lookbook content. They will have the opportunity to shadow the process of using graphic design to propel a mostly social media and web based business and work directly with the rest of the team, experiencing our collaborative approach to fashion media. Hands on opportunities include cross collaboration on the seasonal lookbook, a valuable portfolio asset, and projects to advance students learning objectives within the field. 

Blogger/Editorial Intern

Advertising, Graphic Design, Journalism Major

The blogger/editorial intern will be included using journalism to document, create brand assets, and use written copy in marketing campaigns and lookbook content. They will work with the directors on creative and editorial writing projects and have the opportunity to shadow production of the printed Lookbook. Hands on opportunities include drafting copy, participating in meetings with CES partners, authoring posts on web and social media platforms, a valuable portfolio asset, to advance students learning objectives within the field.

Photography Intern

Photography, Art Major

The photography intern will be included in the planning for CES photoshoots and lookbook. They will have the opportunity to shadow the process for photoshoot production and creating brand assets through photography. Hands on opportunities include working on set with the editorial production team including photo, video, fashion, beauty, and venue/set, and can use their work as valuable portfolio assets. The photography intern can meet objectives such as working in different sets and conditions, documentary photography, and photography for print publishing.

Fashion Industry Intern

Fashion Major

The fashion intern will be included in fashion planning of CES activities such as editorial photoshoots and runway events. They will have the opportunity to shadow the process of hosting a fashion show including runway castings and work directly with designers, hmua teams, etc. Hands on opportunities include styling work at editorials and on the runway, plus photos and media of their work, valuable portfolio assets. The fashion intern can meet objectives such making a list of industry connections, and understanding editorial styling.

 

 

Supervisors + Mentors:

Interns will work together as a team with the CES directors in 6 creative facets: fashion, advertising, graphics, writing, photo, and video, as their supervisors. Interns will always be with and have access to supervisors. Additionally, CES will assign each intern a non-supervisor industry mentor, key players who work closely and loyally with CES, giving interns more industry perspective and connections, and another chance to ask questions or bring up ideas and concerns.

Collaboration: 

CES works very collaboratively in that Instead of one person overseeing each project, such as events, lookbooks, runway, we take a different approach; each team player has a role in each project. So instead of having 1 specialized team player on a project, we are putting the gifts of 6 different team players into every project. The result is that everything we do is multifaceted. This workflow is a mirror of the experiences we sell: collaboration. At CES runway shows for example, we have models, hmua, photographers, designers, etc all working together- collaboration, so it only makes sense we operate our business the same way.

Jasmine Wright: thewbrand.com

Photography, Advertising & Graphic Design

Cofounder of CES Limited; Jasmine is the lead photographer for The W Brand  educated in Art Administration with The Ohio State University and previous experience with Style & Story Creative, Victoria Secret and Charles Penzone Salons & Spas. Jasmine applies her experience with art org administration to CES Limited and oversees the social media and editorial team on CES’s advertising design work and printed lookbook.

Morgan Burke

Fashion, Advertising Supervisor

Cofounder of CES Limited; Morgan is an international model currently on summer 2018 China contract with Toxic Model Management. Morgan has years of hands on experience in the industry as a model and uses each job to bring industry connections to CES Limited. Her expertise in modeling is the foundation for our model development operations. 

Kaí Myuna

Fashion Supervisor

Fashion Director And Production; Established in both New York and Columbus, Kai works with fashion week Columbus, Fashion Meets Music Festival, and fashion weeks based in LA, New York, and Miami. Kai produces CES’s seasonal runway shows and leads styling for our editorial work.

Luis Bazan: Digital Matter Media

Videography Supervisor

Videography Director; Luis is a full-time professional videographer taking freelance jobs and contracted work with local production houses such as Loose Foot Films and international clients. Luis directs CES artistic/editorial film production, videography production used for advertising, and educates CES members in videography.

Tyler Wick: wickimages.com

Photography Supervisor

Photography Director; Professional fashion & commercial photographer; director of photography at CES Limited and freelance work including presidential coverage, professional league sports photography, and corporate clients such as Scuff Gaming. Tyler leads CES members in photography at editorial events and oversees photography teams for other work such as runway shows. He also educated members in workshops.

 

columbuseditorialsociety@gmail.com