Sarah Pietruszka
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Designer
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www.sarahjp.carbonmade.com
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I recently graduated from the University of Idaho with a major in Clothing, Textiles & Design. I am currently searching for any jobs or internships that will give me experience in the areas of improving the ethical production of garments in relation to the environment and the workers who produce them as well as performance or purpose-oriented product development.

I am passionate about valuing people above profit and putting an end to worker exploitation of all kinds and forms. I'm excited to start my career and do my part to help make the world a better place through the fashion industry.
Career history / Company history:
Tata-Naka Ltd. - Design Studio Intern
ITAA Alteration Services - Director
University of Idaho - Social Media Team

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Posted on March 5, 2011 at 23:05 0 Comments

Hi everyone,

I just graduated from university in December and have been trying to find a way to break into the fashion industry from and ethical standpoint. I was lucky enough to come across a great organization that would help me get my career going in the direction I want, but I can't get there all by myself. I'm trying to raise money to travel to Uganda this in August with a vocational program called Sewing Hope.  Each summer Sewing Hope makes trips to Uganda to provide technical… Continue

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At 17:29 on January 3, 2011, Veena said…
Hi, Sarah!  I'm sorry for the late response.  I don't know very much about the downfalls of the cottage industry -- only that I'm not sure about the bargaining power of workers outside of a union-context.  The only exposure that I have to litigation around sweatshop issues is in the garment industry in east Asia -- not in India.   My organization, the Asian Law Caucus, has historically worked on behalf of garment workers on the West Coast and Asia, as has the Employment Law Center.  A better contact for this type of information is Bjorn, the ED at Sweatfree in the US.  Hope this helps.  Happy new year!  Veena
At 10:54 on December 24, 2010, marvin maha said…
I JUST DID
At 15:25 on December 21, 2010, marvin maha said…

Hi Sarah, i sent u a message -inbox, hope u gt it? nice being friends wit ya.

 

At 21:16 on December 5, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Sarah, I once tasted Blue Ice vodka made from Idaho potatos. Wow! 'Ethical' must surely now be the most carelessly-used word in fashion. If no-one actually dies in the process from creating the fibres to getting a finished garment into stores its described as ethical, but its not much of an ethos in human terms. We really need to include a greater tranferrance of wealth
 
 
 

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