Jess LC internship opening

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My career is building momentum quickly now that I’ve declared my new intention. Lots of projects are in the works with some of the most amazing people I’ve ever met. I’m so excited to share the newness as things get completed.

In the meantime, there is one intention that needs to be addressed: a new Jess LC intern.

If you’ve been reading MML for any length of time, you know that I refer to my girls pretty frequently when it comes to the shop. I have Susie who is our amazing Jewelry Making Queen, and we have an incredible intern/manager/wonder woman named Melissa who has been with us for years who is graduating and will be leaving us shortly.

Which leaves us with an opening for a new lady to enter our studio.

We are looking for someone who is smart, outgoing, creative, and wants to learn how to run a business. Jess LC internships are unpaid, but the experience gained as an intern/manager a great way to learn how to grow a successful and intentional business. The intern/manager will work side by side me as we develop new projects, organize lookbooks, execute new product launches, and craft marketing campaigns.

On a regular basis the intern/manager will also be running the day to day operations of She will fulfill orders, interact with customers, and manage inventory. There may also be times where she can work with us at trunk shows or pop up shops as well.

In addition to the aspects mentioned above, I am very interested in finding out what unique talents and gifts she has to contribute to Jess LC as well. Fantastic photoshop skills, photography, writing, graphic design, or baking (we love to bake) are all valued and appreciated.

Plus, she must also like to watch You Tube videos, be open to watching terrible scary movies at Jess LC parties, and have a positive personality.

Internship Details

Intern/manager must be able to commute to Chicago’s Lakeview/Lincoln Park area to work in the studio. This can, but does not need to be for school credit.

Hours are flexible but will fall on weekdays between 11a-5p. On average, 12-18 hours per week.

A laptop is required.

We are looking to begin as soon as possible.

To Apply

If you think you fit the bill and want to work with us, please email me at and let me know why you’d like to work with us!

photo by Danielle Moss with Liz Schneider and Alaina Kaczmarski 

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  1. Ndana

    I sent an email in regards to this.

  2. Ndana

    I sent an email in regards to this.

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