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We are seeking either a part-time intern for Spring / Summer or a full-time Intern for the Summer.

Do you wonder about where products come from and who they’re made by? Do words like “Fair Trade”, “Ethically Sourced”, and “Sustainability” grab your attention? Do you see creative problem solving not as a bullet point on your LinkedIn, but as a way of life? If so, you may be the Production Intern that The Citizenry is looking for!

The Citizenry is a socially conscious home décor company reinventing the way you shop for your home. Country by country, we partner with master artisans, blending our modern style with their time-tested techniques.

We are currently seeking a Production Intern who will help us foster our partnerships with artisan groups from around the globe. You’ll be working directly with our Production team to help support artisan relationships, manage shipping and logistics, and ensure that our business relationships help to improve the lives of the communities we partner with. As no two days are ever alike, you’ll be learning a lot with us. The intern will report in to the Production Manager, but will work closely with all members of the Production team.


  • Attention to detail. With a lot of moving pieces (literally, shipments traveling by plane, train, and boat every day) an eye for detail is key.
  • Problem solver. You take action. You can not only identify problems, but you are the one to solve it.
  • Interest in global economies. A curiosity to learn about different cultures and the products they’re known for.
  • Go-getter. You have a get-it-done and no-task-too-small attitude.
  • Quick learner. You have a knack for picking things up quickly.
  • Problem solver. You take action. You see a problem and quickly move to resolve it.
  • A sense of humor. Days can get long. Problems can get tricky. As long as we can laugh together, it’s all fun.


  • Help facilitate the Certification process for The Citizenry. This will include survey development, data collection & analysis, and competitive research
  • Support the Production team with daily tasks including communications, shipment tracking, and data entry
  • Research in-country packaging solutions for new development and existing products
  • Help us build out an Artisan Database for tracking more than 60 partnerships across 17 countries (and growing!)
  • Ensure all incoming product has the correct labeling and paperwork to clear international customs and can be easily received by our warehouse team
  • Roll up your sleeves and help fill in gaps when needed


Spring / Summer Intern

  • Able to work at least 10 hours per week for a minimum of 20 weeks
  • Access to a computer
  • Local in Dallas / Ft. Worth area
  • Must be pursuing a degree in a relevant field (Social Sciences, International Development, International Studies, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Economics)
  • Strong preference for a proficiency in Spanish

Spring / Summer Intern

  • Able to work at least 40 hours per week for at least 12 weeks
  • Able to bring laptop computer
  • Able to commit to living in Dallas for the duration of the internship
  • Must be pursuing a degree in a relevant field (Social Sciences, International Development, International Studies, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Economics)
  • Strong preference for a proficiency in Spanish


The Citizenry is a modern home brand created to inspire people to fill their homes with more meaningful items crafted by the best artisans around the world.

By selling directly to consumers online, we’re able to offer handcrafted, luxury-quality home goods at more reasonable prices than high-end boutiques. We also believe our designs are only as beautiful as the environments in which they are made, so social innovation is an integral part of our model.

In addition to providing fair wages and working environments for all artisan partners, 10% of proceeds are invested back into artisan communities worldwide.

Since launching in August 2014, The Citizenry has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, Forbes, The Financial Times, Vogue, InStyle, GQ, Apartment Therapy, and Monocle.


If you would like to apply, please send an email to by March 1, 2020 including your answers to the questions below (no cover letter required). Title the email “Production Intern Application – [Your Name]” and attach your resume.

  • What is your 140-character (limit) manifesto or biography? Get creative.

  • As the Production Intern, you are asked to cover for the Production team while they are out of office for the day. Suddenly, you get a series of FRANTIC phone calls.
- A shipping container that has all of the product for a new country launch has been misrouted, and will not make it in time for the launch that is 3 weeks away.
- You get news that more than half of the artisans from the group in our new country have come down with a cold.
- Finally, you hear from the warehouse that they have run out of the boxes needed for this new launch, and the box supplier has discontinued the specific sku.
      In five steps or less, what would be your plan of immediate action, and what 3 follow up questions would you ask?

      • Sustainability, Social Impact, Ethical Sourcing: Please choose one of these concepts, and in 7 sentences or less, please explain what it means to you and why it is important in modern retail. Alternatively, feel free to choose a non-written medium. Visual, video, get creative! Please keep final format to under 2 minutes. We’re looking for condensed and to-the-point!

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