Fashion Summer Internship 2024 France & Italy


Are you a high school student interested in pursuing a career in fashion? Would you like to gain hands-on experience in a leading fashion organisation? Whether you have already identified your ideal job, or are still exploring your interests, an internship is a great way to immerse yourself in the world of fashion, learn from professionals, and gain foundational skills that are invaluable whether you will be applying to university, an apprenticeship, or entering the job market.


Fashion Minority Alliance is looking for high schoolers to take part in our Summer Internship Programmes in Italy and France.  We understand that every student has unique goals and some are perhaps undecided about their future career and our internship programme is a great way to get an idea of what working in the fashion industry could be like, explore your interests and help you decide on your next steps, be it academically or in the job market.



Our Summer internships will run from mid-June through to end of August, and each internship will take place over a four week period.

All intern positions are paid.



Applications must be submitted via email to: fashionminorityallianceuk@gmail.com

Please enter “Summer Internship [Italy] or [France]” as the email’s subject.

Each application should include a motivational letter, explaining your reason for applying and highlighting your interests and skills.

Please also specify which school you are attending and your current year of study.


The closing date applications is 5th April 2024 and successful candidates will be contacted soon after.



We are looking for young people aged 16-19 and enrolled in full-time education for the school year 2023-24.

Committed to attend the full 4/6 week internship.

For internships in France, speak fluent French and basic level of English.

For internships in Italy, speak fluent Italian and basic level of English.


Aimed at amplifying underrepresented voices our summer internships are open to all. However, we strongly encourage participation from:

BIPOC individuals
Individuals from the LGBTQIA+ community
Individuals with a mental or physical disability or a long-term limiting illness
Individuals who are a care leaver or carer
Individuals from a lower socio-economic background