Fashion internships in Toronto

An internship abroad in the fast-paced city of Toronto is an ideal way to launch a career in fashion.  Toronto has it all, from top designers and stylists, to boutiques. Fashion internships in Toronto will help a young professional get their foot in the door in this competitive field.  Cutting edge events like Fashion Art Toronto and close proximity to NYC make Toronto the perfect destination for an internship in fashion. Beyond that, fashion interns will work alongside top professionals and establish lifelong personal and professional contacts.

Fashion interns in Toronto will have unique professional opportunities, thanks to this city’s robust fashion and design world. Toronto is a welcoming, multicultural metropolis and offers a rich arts and culture scene. A fashion internship in Toronto is the perfect opportunity to develop professionally. You’ll also get to explore a dynamic, international city and meet other professionals from all over the world.


Fashion internships in Toronto


Living in Toronto

In 2015, The Economist magazine ranked Toronto as the World’s Best Place to Live in their Economist Intelligence Unit. Toronto ranked highly based on its safety, cost of living, business environment, liveability, food security and democracy.

The Intern Group goes beyond simply providing first-class internships.  Accommodation, some public transportation, and advanced professional training are all included in the program. Additionally, cultural and social events and 24/7 local support are also values features of Fashion internships in Toronto.


Fashion internships in Toronto


Arts & Culture in Toronto

There are so many places to enjoy the many cultures that make this eclectic city great. No matter what you’re into, Toronto has something special to offer everyone. From the local ballet and opera to musical theater and live music, there’s a production to cater to every taste.  A long list of restaurants, dance halls, venues, museums, cultural spaces, bars, breweries, bookstores and coffee shops keep Torontonians busy day and night. Concert and live music fans can catch major acts at the outdoor venue Budweiser Stage or the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. There are also dozens of intimate concert spaces in the city, where young people can watch live shows.

Sightseeing in Toronto

Learn about hockey, Canada’s favorite sport, at Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame. Shoe fans will enjoy exploring the unique Bata Shoe Museum, which provides an afternoon of indoor fun. The local favorite is the Royal Ontario Museum. One of the largest North American museums, you can see a wide array of natural history, culture and art exhibits there. Made in the gothic revival style, the 18th century castle, Casa Lomo, is another favorite for Toronto sightseers. Fun, vibrant markets, like the St. Lawrence Market and Kensington Market, can be entertaining places to look for souvenirs to bring back home. Dining at the revolving restaurant in CN Tower will give you a breathtaking view of the city. Exploring Toronto’s many sights and attractions will entertain fashion interns throughout their stay.


Learn more about boosting your career with one of our award-winning Fashion internships in Toronto.





1. based on Toronto, by VV Nincic, CC-by-2.0

2. based on IMG_6240, by |FAT| Arts and Fashion Week, CC-by-2.0

3. based on Toronto, by Michael Gil, CC-by-2.0


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Elizabeth Trovall

After short stints in Argentina and Belize, Elizabeth is finishing up her fourth year in Santiago, Chile. Elizabeth writes about international internships, life abroad and professional development for The Intern Group. She also reports on politics, business and culture in Latin America for public radio and print media. An Austin, Texas native, Elizabeth first left home to earn her journalism degree from the Reynolds Institute of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Besides her friends and family, she misses live music and Mexican food the most.
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