Internship Opportunity through Seattle Good Business Network

SGBN LogoInterested in an eCommerce internship with Two Big Blondes? Applications for a paid internship through the Seattle Good Business Network are being accepted through Saturday, October 30th!

Two Big Blondes' eCommerce Internship Opportunity:

Do you love fashion & want to learn the inner workings of an eCommerce shop?

Learning Opportunities include:

  • Photo sessions set-up
  • Styling
  • Online Merchandising
  • Inventory Management
  • Customer Service
  • Shipping & Receiving
  • Social media marketing

Skills you will be using:

  • Your love of fashion, current & past trends (designer, new, used & vintage clothing & accessories)
  • Individual & group work skills
  • Attention to detail

More information from Seattle Good Business Network:

Paid Internships available now! Find work experience with local businesses, manufacturers, and more!

Exciting news! Seattle Good Business Network is coordinating a new cohort of 15 paid internships for young adults looking to gain unique workplace experience with local businesses, urban manufacturers, producers, and entrepreneurs! Please help spread the word or contact if you'd like to get more info!

Are you a young adult (16-24) looking to start your career path or get exposure through a meaningful opportunity with a local business? Find your career-starter with our program and learn about or enhance what you're passionate about, develop new skills, hone existing ones, explore what industries you're interested in, and more!

Learn more and apply for an internship at

Internships at a glance:

  • Each internship runs for a duration of 150-Hours from now until end of August 2022
  • Interns are paid $17/hour
  • Internship roles can vary business to business, from admin support, to warehouse/production support, social media management, and more!
  • We help match eligible interns with a business that matches their interests

Seattle Good Business Network is a nonprofit that connects and inspires people to buy, produce, and invest locally so that everyone has a meaningful stake in the local economy. Our internship program expands and supports quality and emergent, career and experiential learning pathways (internships, mentorships, and career-exposure opportunities) for under-resourced youth (low-income, BIPOC, refugee, immigrant, at-risk, homeless, and others).