We've got the perfect way for you to find out. Read on for details on the Cincy Event Planning internship....(aka the opportunity to work with two pretty cool chicks who happen to be pretty damn good at what they do)
What the internship is:
... An invaluable look at the hard work that really goes into an event
... A great opportunity to learn from two award winning (and fun!) planners in Cincy
... Climbing, hanging, folding, arranging, setting up, fixing, running, rearranging anything and everything
What the intership isn't:
... like anything you've seen in the movies (ie. The Wedding Planner)
... Permanent (internship will span early spring + summer)
... Full-time (about 10-15 hours per week when we have an event)
Okay so you have the basic details...still interested?
We definitely have more to chat about if you are:
... calm in the face of adversity (like a mother-in-law breathing down your neck)
... fun, funny (we like to laugh)
... a good negotiator
... pumped to do physical labor (in heels)
... comfortable getting dirty
... willing to learn lots of new skills (sewing anyone?)
... knowledgeable about colors, flowers
... have a good fashion sense (of course we have to look good)
... able to visualize and be creative without being directed
... keep up with the latest trends
... well organized
Sorry, we are not interested if:
... Your Saturdays are highly valuable and your social calendar is full of weekend cookouts and events.
Still reading? Sweet. Still Interested? Even better.
Here's what we want:
A list of 10 random facts that will help us get to know you. Be creative, quirky, silly, whatever, just don't bore us. Personality is key people.
An inspiration board - make it fun, interesting and not something we've seen a thousand times. The only rule? It has to incorporate orange. What can we say? It's our favorite color.
If you grab our attention, we'll be in touch. Send us an email (feel free to include photos, we LOVE photos) with your list to get things started.
Deadline for submission is Tuesday February 1st, 2011.
Here's what we don't want:
Your resume. Your job experience. Unsolicited requests for paid positions. Phone calls.