FBI Fashion College has a successful Careers Agency that incorporates a Positions Vacant and Workplace Training program. These pioneering programs have placed over 1550 students into employment within the Fashion industry at companies such as Bottega Veneta, Zimmermann, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Camilla and Gucci.
Workplace Training provides FBI students with essential on the job learning opportunities, whilst also offering companies valuable interns and potential employees. The FBI Careers Agency provides students tailored career advice and assistance in securing graduate positions. An impressive portfolio of companies approach FBI when looking to recruit staff. This unique working relationship has seen over 1510 students gain positions within the fashion industry.
FBI is committed to helping each student achieve their goals through Workplace Training opportunities, career guidance and the FBI Mentor Program.
FBI Fashion College does not guarantee Job Placement.
Workplace Training and Internships are imperative for those wishing to gain knowledge and skills relevant to the Fashion industry. This program aims to guide students with career choices, provide an insight into the Fashion industry and enhance future career opportunities.
The Position Vacant programs a consulting service available to students; from CV preparation, to mock interviews, to mapping out career goals. The FBI Careers Agency deals with each student individually, adopting a personal approach to ensure that all students are not just a number, but face, a personality and an individual with specific career goals. To obtain the best possible opportunities for each student, FBI works closely with a large portfolio of companies in the Fashion industry. Students are notified regularly of exclusive job vacancies within the industry.
Events are another creative avenue that students can assist with. This is a great opportunity for students to watch a fashion production come to life and be a part of the chaos backstage as well as front of house. FBI Students have assisted at major events such as MBFW, David Jones’ and Myer Shows.
The FBI Careers Agency Careers Coordinator, Kaiya Johnson & Careers Assistant Rhian Widger.
“The connections that FBI build as well as their ongoing support are tools every student has access to, ones which have helped me gain my dream job!”
Students Placed into the Fashion Industry in 2016
|Daniela Pereira||Shona Joy||Studio Assistant|
|Hannah Leavey||For Artists Only||Marketing Coordinator|
|Rita Sadik||Next Media||Stylist|
|Kristina Papucoska||Tuchuzy||Office All-rounder|
|Ema Bosnjak||Matteau||Office All-rounder|
|Tiarne Campiao||Tuchuzy||Warehouse Assistant|
|Jennifer Heath||KITX||Press & PR Coordinator|
|Lily Connors||Designer Forum||E-Boutique Customer Care Admin|
|Didi Jeans||Rebecca Vallance||Design Room Coordinator|
|Angela Hoskinson||Gucci||Marketing & Communications Assistant|
|Rita Sadik||Charlotte Stokes||Stylist Assistant|
|Paulina Fernandez||Platform Models||Head Office Assistant|
|William Davidson||Camilla||Marketing Assistant|
|Alessandra Olivieri||Carla Zampatti||Online Assistant|
|Alex Mill||Zimmermann||Production Assistant|
|Ema Bosnjak||Scanlan Theodore||Sales Assistant|
|Natarsha Walsh||Bottega Veneta||Sales Assistant|
|Clara Chanisheff||Bonel PR||Showoom Assistant|
|Alex Ball||Camilla||Head Office Assistant|
|Isabella Lane||Camilla||Head Office Assistant|