Introducing The Fashion Tech Connects x Coveteur Fellow Program
FTC/Coveteur Fellows (FTCC)
Fashion Tech Connects is excited to partner with The Coveteur on a newly formed joint initiative; FTC/Coveteur Fellows. As an FTCC fellow, you will be challenged academically and professionally, during a semester long internship to help you gain the tools to rise to your fullest potential in a full-time career after graduation. You will also have access to a dedicated FTC mentor who will provide year-round professional and personal coaching and guidance to help you achieve your personal and academic goals.
Known for stunning photography, award-winning writing, and an intimate look at luxury lifestyles and global tastemakers, Coveteur was established in 2011 as a passion project to explore the homes and closets of global street style stars and influencers. Since then, the brand has evolved and expanded, offering a behind-the-scenes look at all things fashion, beauty, health and wellness, travel and lifestyle.
At Coveteur, we think life is too short to not live big, and to that end, Coveteur is a luxury brand, but that doesn't always mean expensive—it means becoming the best version of yourself and living your best life.
What We’re Looking For:
Creative thinkers who believe in personal style and independent expression. Above all else, a desire to learn about the media industry and help develop innovative content and forward-thinking business strategy.
**Accepting one paid Editorial fellow per semester who will work closely with the Head of Content and editors to research, write, and help produce weekly content for the site
** Accepting 3 interns per year for school credit who will rotate through Editorial, Social Media/Production as well as sales/marketing departments learning the inner workings of these departments. Interns can be eligible to apply for fellowship program upon completion of internship.
Under the content department, each fellow will work closely with the Head of Content and editors to research, write, and help produce weekly content. Ideation, creativity, and writing are a big part of this role—this is also an opportunity to receive CMS training, Google Analytics and data insight, as well as market research and talent training.
Reports in to Jessica Teves & DaMonica Boone
Working closely with the producers and social team, each fellow will be responsible for market research, scouting, talent outreach, visual research, decks, and potentially even editing or onsite shoot assistance. This role requires someone who is incredibly organized, tapped in to talent and influencer networks, and has a keen interest in social media and video production.
Reports in to Abby Miller
This role will work closely with the Head of Sales, and will help with ideation, market research, advertiser decks, sold programs, talent lists for branded content, post-sale assistance for sold campaigns, and possible event activations. This position is a great opportunity to learn about the business side of a media organization, so having a passion for innovative advertising, business development, and marketing is key.
Reports in to Leya Kaufman