Intern with Huaywasi
Are you interested in working with Huaywasi? We offer virtual and local internships in Fashion Design, Business Development, and more. See our available internships below:
Work directly with artisans and Huaywasi staff to design and produce new clothing and accessories, and be a part of the Slow Fashion Revolution! Location: Lima, Peru and/or Huaycán, Peru; Time commitment: 3-4 months to start in August or September 2017. Read the full description here.
Have experience in Marketing, Finance, Business, or Graphic Design? Huaywasi needs your expertise! Location: Lima, Peru and/or Huaycán, Peru. Time commitment: 3-4 months to start in August or September 2017. Read the full description here.
Live in Huaycán and organize certificate courses, workshops, and events for women in the community. Location: Huaycan, Peru; Time commitment: 12 months to start in February 2018. Read about the Women's Empowerment Program here, and apply here.
Do you speak fluent Spanish and have teaching experience in your field of expertise? Our Women's Program needs you in the classroom! Location: Huaycán, Peru; Time commitment: 2 month minimum with flexible start date. Read more about this opportunity here.
Not available for the start dates listed above? Send in your application anyway and email email@example.com with your availability.
"From this internship I have been able to gain new skills and find self assurance in the skills that I wasn't sure I had mastered. I want to say thank you for allowing me so much independence in my designs and for encouraging me to be creative! It has been such a pleasure to work alongside Guillermina, a type of learning that I know I could not have experienced anywhere else."
- Lily Kinder, Fashion Design Intern
"Being the Women’s Program Manager was a continuous teach and learn experience, going further beyond what I was expecting. It made me richer, professionally and culturally. But I also learnt that, more than the knowledge I could provide to the program, it was tremendously transforming listening to what they had to say and what they didn’t say, valorizing their work and their accomplishments; hence better attending their needs, hopes and beliefs. Working with local women and with ethical fashion I learnt the power of transformation; from a fabric, a community, a dream."
– Patricia, Women’s Program Manager