INTRODUCTION TO THE FASHION, RETAIL & CONSUMER PRODUCTS INTEREST COMMUNITY

The Fashion, Retail & Consumer Products Career Interest Community offers customized support for students, which may include specialized career fairs, networks, employer visits, events and resources. Our Career Community, while facilitated by Career Services, is a collective and collaborative effort involving all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and employers in the career development process.

All Career Communities will give you the opportunity to:

  • MEET other students with similar interests
  • ENGAGE with faculty members, alumni, and employers in your interest area
  • CONSULT with mentors and advisors
  • ACCESS the many resources available to you at Ithaca College

Your career is a journey, not a destination. Let’s work together towards your success!

How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

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Whether you are beginning your first year of college or getting ready to graduate, having a solid resume on hand is important for any opportunity that comes along. For employers, however, a lot of resumes begin looking the same. The …

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How to Receive a Fair Salary

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It’s time to look for a new job. That could mean you’ve finally earned your degree and been certified, or you’re relocating, or you just don’t see a way to grow in your current job. There are a lot …

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California to Require Public Companies to Have at Least One Woman on Their Boards of Directors by 2019

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California Gov. Jerry Brown over the weekend signed a bill into law requiring publicly traded companies headquartered in the state to include women on corporate boards of …

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9 Successful Women on How They First Broke Into Fashion

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Whenever women with successful careers in fashion give interviews, there seems to be one thing we all want to know first: How did you get your start? While the path to success usually involves some combination of hard work, good timing, and luck, people’s foot-in-the-door creation stories …

By Cheryl Rotyliano
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The Future of (Sustainable) Fashion is Not About Buying, It’s About Renting

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A staggering 235 million items of unwanted clothing were expected to be dumped into landfills in the United Kingdom last year. In the U.S., the average individual tosses out 81 pounds of used clothing on an annual basis. …

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