New Balance Internship
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|As an In-line Design Intern, you will gain tremendous exposure to the roles and responsibilities of New Balance designers in the Running, Wellness, Lifestyle, Tennis and Training business units. You will be responsible for producing fresh artwork and a variety of colorway options. You will contribute ideas about designs created for a targeted consumer profile. In this role, you will assist in preparing design presentations for the in-line design teams. You will be assigned an experienced mentor that will help you understand the many tasks involved in the design process. If time permits, you will work alongside the Consumer Insights manager to complete a research project.
Please send all portfolios to intern.portfolios@newbalance.
We are a business casual environment and our associates are encouraged to wear NB product. Parking is free at all of our facilities
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