Lands End Inc
Technical Design Internship: Summer 2024 (Architecture)
At Lands' End, we are on a mission to create a more comfortable world. We care about our employees, our community and our planet. People are the heart of our company, and our doors are open to everyone. We are committed to creating a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment for all. Our strength in work and life comes from the combination of our experiences, backgrounds and talents. It's what we do as people that makes Lands' End a great place to work.
As an intern, you will join over 5,000 talented individuals who are leaders, critical thinkers, accountable, curious, flexible and results-minded all driving toward the same goal - to delight customers and drive sales through multiple channels. In addition, you will join a diverse group of individuals from a variety of colleges, universities and areas of study. Some highlights of our internship program include:
Our internship program is designed to facilitate a robust Technical Design career path. Interns will be immersed in the various functions of the business that contribute to the broader scope of the Technical Design model, gaining valuable hands-on experience in skill competency areas. Lands' End interns will be placed in one of the product areas including women's, men's, kid's, and non-apparel/accessories. Our Technical Designers at Lands' End are the engineers of the garments and products. Technical Designers work closely with Designers and Product Development from initial concepts through final fit.
We have adopted a flexible, hybrid schedule allowing remote and onsite working days. The primary work location is our corporate campus in Dodgeville, WI and you will perform work both on-site and remotely each week. You must reside or relocate within a commutable distance of the office for this position. Don't worry, we have you covered, Lands' End offers competitive relocation assistance!
Successful Technical Design candidates should have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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