Teen Fashion Edition

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Fashion Edition Institute
Explore careers in the fashion industry, from design to accounting to event production.

Program Summary

The teen Fashion Edition Institute (FEI) exposes teens to various careers in the fashion industry, connects them with industry professionals and prepares them to market themselves as future fashion icons.

This Institute will launch in Fall 2022

Teens participating in their school’s internship program or seeking an internship are qualified to participate. Through FEI students are exposed to careers and work experiences in the fashion industry from apparel design to personal styling, graphic design, visual merchandising, event production and more. Once enrolled students will be interns of Mission Accomplished Transition Services. Student interns will participate in an extensive mentorship program to prepare them to work on a fashion event alongside industry professionals.

The Institute addresses the barriers to the fashion and beauty industries, particularly for women and Black Indigenous People of Color, by providing aspiring teen fashion and beauty professionals with the necessary knowledge, experience and connections to prepare themselves to follow their desired path while making an impact in their communities.

Weekly interactive and student centered workshops are developed and delivered in partnership with industry professionals.

Time commitment: 9 hours per week (October – June)

  • work two times per week at our office
  • work remotely one time per week from home or other location


Students will:

  • Gain access to local inspirational industry professionals
  • Learn about the career journeys and requirements from industry professionals
  • Strengthen their business etiquette skills and knowledge
  • Develop team building skills
  • Develop self-discipline in the workplace through remote work
  • Develop public speaking and professional writing skills
  • Explore various careers
  • Shadow local business leaders in their desired trade of interest
  • Are paired with 1-2 mentors that help them develop, pursue and achieve personal, professional and academic goals

Contact Us

P: 518-207-0209
E: inquire@matransitionservices.org

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