From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Entertainment Intern

by WorkWardrobe | June 2nd, 2010   

By Jacqueline Rezak

Depending on which company and which state you are interning in, your outfit for an entertainment internship may vary. If you are in Los Angeles, your required dress is going to be more laid back then that of New York City. Some interns think that because you are in a competitive industry, you must dress to compete with the other people in your department. You should not be dressing to compete with other people but rather dressing to make yourself feel good and confident.

BQcDAAAAAwoDanBnAAAABC5vdXQKFlpuWE9kaDFvM3hHY2VJQXFxTjI2SFEAAAACaWQKAWUAAAAEc2l6ZQ From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Entertainment Intern

Entertainment Intern by WorkWardrobe featuring DKNY shoes

There are many different internship positions one may obtain in the entertainment industry ranging from human resources to accounting all the way over to production and public relations. Dressing for each is simple. Nothing should be too tight or too revealing. You should look professional and put together so that you can you do the best work you possible can to obtain that full time position!