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Internship Opportunity – Butter PR

9 Mar

A unique PR internship opportunity has come up and I had to share it with everyone! I was forwarded this email by Magnet Creative and figured it would be a great opportunity to get a different aspect of the PR industry than what we are regularly used to, the food industry. Good Luck!

With Love,


Butter Public Relations: Internship Opportunity (Part-time)

15-20 Hours per week for 3 months
Ideally between the hours of 10 and 2 – 3 days a week: Mon/Weds/Fri preferred.
Open to current marketing, communications or public relations students or recent graduates only
High standard of quality and work ethic is a must
Appreciation of many different types of music and able to deal with repetitive pop and indie rock tracks.
Strong writing, research and fact-checking skills
Overall wicked / positive / problem solving / perceptive attitude.
Exceptional knowledge of food, the Canadian food market, chefs, restaurants, media, food events and key players
Practical public relations, event management and people skills are a huge bonus
Socially capable of handling yourself autonomously at various events
Intermediate computer skills are essential: Photoshop, Excel, Word, WordPress, Excel, Illustrator and Excel (we mentioned excel right?)
Social Media savvy in a professional capacity (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, WordPress, Tumblr, Linked In)
Must be comfortable working remotely or from a home office setting.

Current resume shouldn’t be longer than two pages in PDF format, not written in Times New Roman.
Cover letter must answer the following questions:
Why do you want to work for Butter PR?
What types of blogs interest you, what is the name of yours?
What types of Social Media do you use?
What is the name of your favourite restaurant?
Name your favourite meal?
Do you cook?
On average how much time do you spend on Tumblr?
What is your favourite kitchen tool and why?
Separate from your cover letter and resume, write a review of your favourite restaurant in no more than 200 words. If you want to include a photo of the restaurant, provide the appropriate credit.
In 50 words or less tell us your 5 year career goal.

Please send above items to info@butterpr.ca with the subject “BUTTER INTERN”
Deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 16, 2011 5:00p.m. EST.
Do not send your resume using a Hotmail account
Only those who meet the qualifications and are being considered will be contact. Thank you for your interest.


Magnet Creative Internship Opportunity!

20 Jan

Below is a flaming hot internship opportunity with one of the top fashion public relations and management agencies in Toronto. Magnet Creative has an amazing reputation within the industry and it would truly be an honour to obtain this position. For more information on the company check out www.magnetcreative.ca. Don’t hesitate to apply and good luck with your application!

With Love,



Magnet Creative Management
Fashion PR & Marketing
Internship Opportunity (Part-Time)

– 1 – 2 days per week, or a minimum 2 half days for a 3 to 4 month period starting asap
– Typically Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm, however during busier times or during special projects, this may extend outside regular business hours
– Open to current fashion, communications, and public relations students or recent grads only
– Should have a high standard of quality; strong work ethic
– Ability to see how to improve or grow
– Strong writing and research skills
– Overall positive attitude
– Excellent knowledge of the Canadian fashion industry, including media and key players
– Practical event management or public relations experience is a bonus
– Intermediate computer skills essential; Adobe Photoshop, Word, Excel, WordPress
– Professionally social media savvy (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.)
– Comfortable working from a small home office environment located at College/Ossington area in Toronto


To apply, please follow these instructions closely. (Those who do not complete these instructions, will automatically be not be considered.):

– Current resume (no longer than 2 pages, in pdf format).
– Cover letter in the body of your email, no more than 100 words, which includes your weekly availability, any links to any blog, Twitter or Facebook account you may have.
– Three business references.
– Tell me who you admire in the Canadian fashion industry and why in less than 50 words. (They must be currently living and working in Canada.)
– Tell me in under 50 words or less what your 5 year career goal is.
– Tell me the most inspiring book or documentary you have recently read or watched.
– Please send your email to gail@magnetcreative.ca with the subject: “MAGNET INTERNSHIP”.
– Deadline to apply is Friday, January 21, 2010 at 5:00pm EST. Only those who are under consideration will be contacted.

Thank you!


“A Passion for Fashion” by Youth Employment Services

4 Aug

Youth Employment Services  (YES) in Toronto is offering a set of workshops for youth 16-29 to learn about entrepreneurship within the fashion industry. YES is teaming up with Toronto Fashion Incubator which is, as mentioned on their website, “an innovative and highly respected non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and nurturing small business entrepreneurs”. The TFI particularly focuses on aiding in the growth of the Canadian fashion industry by teaching people business and professional skills  to start up and thrive within a career in fashion in Canada.

The program called “A Passion for Fashion” is made up of various workshops to teach and guide young potential entrepeneurs within the fashion industry how to commence and succeed within their future careers. Anyone who knows anything about the fashion industry recognizes that they should take on any tools or help they can get in order to succeed, since it is not an easy industry to get into. The workshops available are as follows:

Business 101: Set Up and Operations

Business 102: Pricing

Business 103: Finance

Fashion 101: Developing a Line

Fashion 102: Sales and Marketing

Fashion 103: Fashion Presentation and Illustration

All workshops are offered on an individual basis, which means that there is no need to take all of the workshops; yet all of them compliment each other in one way or another, as well as they are all evidently helpful tools to succeed as an entrepeneur within the fashion industry. As mentioned in the webpage, A Passion for Fashion participants will receive:

  • Workshops on starting your own business
  • Workshops on fashion and marketing
  • One-on-one mentorship
  • Assistance in creating a business plan and building a portfolio
  • Entrance into the Fashionista’s Den Competition and win $1000, a one-year membership to TFI and 50 hours of business advisory and fashion mentorship for free!

 This is a brilliant opportunity for anyone interested in a career that is fashion related and the best part is that it is at no cost, which is huge, since the information that is facilitated can be truly priceless in the guidance of your own career. The people facilitating the workshops are accredited individuals which have truly made a mark in their industries; such as Richard Healy (over 25 years experience as business leader), Kendra Francis (owner of Franke and Project Runway Canada finalist) and Gail McInnes (owner of Magnet Creative Management). I personally know Gail McInnes and she is a brilliant individual which a huge drive and determination in the industry. I was fortunate enough to work with her for the Breeyn McCarney Fashion Show in early 2010 and her drive to succeed was clear on many occasions with her focus on detail and the way she handled herself in front of industry professionals.

If you are interested in the workshops, as mentioned before they are all free, and it is extremely easy to sign up (I’ve done it myself). The webpage is http://www.yes.on.ca/get-informed/yes-programs/passion-for-fashion/ or you can contact Gail McInnes (Coordinator), as mentioned at the bottom of the webpage, for more information at gail_mcinnes@yes.on.ca.

With Love,