AIBI IS HIRING OFFICE STAFF!

AIBI IS HIRING OFFICE STAFF!

“Hi all,

For the first time in 10 years AIBI is hiring full- time office staff. We are in need of 1 or 2 full-time Administrative Assistants. I have attached is a short job description.

This is an entry level position with a starting salary of $20,000.

The Apparel Industry Board, Inc. (AIBI) is a delegate agency of the city of Chicago, Department of Planning and Development and is the only official organization in Illinois specifically dedicated to the needs of the apparel and sewn products industry.

We run Several programs simultaneously:

-Industrial sewing training center

-Business of Fashion seminars

-Small run production

-Technical Design seminars

-Fundraisers

-Retail sales of Chicago-made merchandise

-Mentoring young designers

-Purchase Order Loan Program

This is an opportunity to learn the ins and out of the apparel industry in Chicago. Please have candidates contact me directly at the info below. Email is best.”

Administrative Assistant

For more information contact:

Ambar Campos

Ambar Campos

Project Manager

Apparel Industry Board, Inc.

Apparel Industry Foundation

622-624 West Roosevelt Road

Chicago, Illinois 60607

P: 312.836.1041 ext. 4

F: 312.923.9076

E: aibi2@aibi.com

W: www.aibi.com

 

 

STUDENTS SHOWCASE GARMENTS IN SCENE AROUND SURBURBIA, 630 FASHION SHOW 2015

Students of the College of Dupage fashion studies program showcase their own creations in the SCENE AROUND SURBURBIA, 630 Fashion Show 2015. Check out their garments at the link provided below!l2

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REGISTER TODAY FOR FASHION SHOW PROMOTION!

Fashi 1120: Fashion Show Promotion

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Mondays 6-9:50pm

3 credit hours, 18 weeks

starting Monday January 25, 2016

Learn about the preparation, promotion and merchandising of a major fashion event.  Be part of  an unique opportunity to learn the behind the scenes production of two student fashion shows including KALEDIOSCOPE on May 13, 2015.  

This course is an elective for all Fashion Studies students and anyone interested in producing Fashion events.

For additional course information, please contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu.

 

 

REGISTER TODAY FOR CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION II!

Fashi 1202 Clothing Construction IIClipart-sewing-mach-11[1]

Tuesday/Thursday 9-11:50am

3 credit hours, 18 weeks starting Tuesday January​ 26, 2016

or

Saturdays 9am – 2:50pm

3 credit hours, 12 weeks starting Saturday February 20, 2016

Clothing construction course designed for those who are familiar with the operation of a sewing machine, fabric and pattern selection, and basic sewing techniques. Emphasis on professional quality construction and advanced fabrics.  Students will make for pants and jacket. 
Prerequisite: FASHI 1155 or 1201 Clothing Construction I with a grade of “C” or better, or equivalent or consent of Instructor.

This course is required for all Fashion Design AAS or Certificate students.  It is an elective for Fashion Merchandising students.  Anyone interested in advanced sewing skills and garment construction should take this class.

For additional course information, please contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu.

 

REGISTER TODAY FOR CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION I!

Fashi 1201: Clothing Construction I

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Monday/Wednesday 6-9:50pm

3 credit hours, 18 weeks starting Monday January 25, 2016

or

Saturdays 9am – 2:50pm

3 credit hours, 12 weeks starting Saturday February 20, 2016

Basic sewing construction skills, including selection of pattern, fabrics, fit, shaping, zipper and button closures.  Students will create a dress, skirt and blouse during the course.  

This course is required for all Fashion Design AAS or Certificate students.  It is an elective for Fashion Merchandising students and complete the Contemporary Life Skill requirement at College of DuPage.  Anyone interested in learning how to sew and use commercial patterns should take this class.

For additional course information, please contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu.

REGISTER TODAY FOR DIGITAL FASHION PRESENTATION!

Fashi 1125: Digital Fashion Presentationimg-thing[1]

 

Mondays 9am – 12:50pm

3 credit hours, 18 weeks

starting Monday January 25, 2016

Fashion presentation skills for Fashion and Visual Merchandising students. Use Adobe software to create professional quality trend and visual reports. 
This course is an elective for all Fashion Studies students and anyone interested in creating digital fashion presentations.

For additional course information, please contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu.

JOIN ALPHA BETA GAMMA TODAY!

Join Alpha Beta Gamma the Business and Technology Honor Society. If you have a GPA or 3.0 or higher with 12 or more credit hours you can be a member. Come and help us formulate ABG for this school year 2015/16.

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Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society Information