Fall semester is almost here, and with it comes a whole slew of new expenses. From rent to food to textbooks to new clothes, you’re definitely going to need cash to make ends meet this school year. That’s why we’re bringing you the best way to earn extra money and boost your resume: Apply to be a GEM Merchandiser for Chloe + Isabel!
Apply by Friday, September 4th—that’s an application deadline extension exclusive to Her Campus readers! Chloe + Isabel is a fashion jewelry brand devoted to empowering the next generation of entrepreneurs through social retail. The GEM Program sets up entrepreneurial college students for career success by offering marketable, real world experience. Ready to build your resume and your bank account? Apply to be a GEM Merchandiser by September 4th!You just have to be at least 18-years-old and a US Citizen to apply!
Through Chloe + Isabel’s specialized training, GEM Merchandisers (GEM stands for “growth, empowerment, merchandising,” BTW!) gain valuable sales, marketing, merchandising and social media skills that set them apart in the job market. In fact, GEM alumni have gone on to land their dream jobs at Bloomingdale’s, Kate Spade, Julep, Madewell and more!
Beyond the professional perks, there are other fantastic benefits to being a GEM Merchandiser. For instance, GEM Merchandisers earn 25-40% commission on all personal sales! Plus, for just $79, you can get the brand new GEM Starter Kit, which includes over $400 worth of jewelry and marketing materials, 10 pieces of jewelry to wear around campus and use at pop-up shops, and a customizable online boutique that Chloe + Isabel will host for free!
And that’s not all! By joining the GEM community, you could win an internship at Chloe + Isabel headquarters for Summer 2016, an all-expenses paid trip to NYC, shopping sprees at top retailers, one-on-one resume writing sessions, a personal recommendation letter from Chloe + Isabel CEO Chantel Waterbury and more!
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, apply by September 4th to be a GEM Merchandiser. Good luck, collegiettes!