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Jewelry Internship

What is an internship?

An internship is a way for you to learn, train and get real life experience on the job in exchange for your personal services.

What is the cost for the internship?

The internship is free to all the candidates that qualify. You will be provided with all the required tools for your own use.

If during the internship you are permitted to make your own designs to build your own portfolio, you will be required to purchase your own wearable tools, metals and materials.

Who qualifies for the internship?

In order to qualify for the internship you must have a basic knowledge of jewelry sawing and soldering at hobbyist level or have completed the ASJ Certified Bench Jeweler Program. In addition to this pre-requisite you must have a good attitude, be customer service oriented, be eager to learn, punctual, reliable, have a clean record and good personal references.

How many positions are available for the internship?

The internship is subject to a limited amount of vacancies per semester.

What can the internship do for me?

The internship will advance you into different levels of jewelry making hands on and help you attain real life experience to facilitate your proficiency for employment.

What will I learn?

You will receive daily training and will learn to provide customer service in a jewelry store. You will perform jewelry repairs, custom jewelry designs; learn to calculate pricing, aid in classroom instruction and a lot more…

How long will the internship last?

This internship is a Beta test and it is initially set up for a 3 month session. Further extensions may be granted.

How do I apply?

You must send a complete application with a $ 35.00 fee. This fee covers the review of your application and a credit check.

 

Limited seats are available

To apply for the Apprenticeship download and mail  a complete application and fees to

American School of Jewelry

2240 N. University Dr.

Sunrise, FL 33322

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