'One of the current biggest fashion trends is actually from the past! People are getting re-inspired by 70's, 80's, and 90's fashion trends. There’s no better place to look for vintage style fashion than at your local Goodwill New Mexico! Below, we’re breaking down three simple summer outfits to create your vintage inspired style.
Sundress + Floral Pattern + Hoop Earrings = 70’s summer
Fashion fads in the 70’s were the hippie and Kaftan dress. Platform shoes, miniskirts, big sunglasses, and lots of floral patterns!
This outfit is perfect for a summer day out with friends or a picnic date!
Denim + Denim + t-shit = 80’s Dream
Finding large denim jackets at Goodwill is a breeze! Clothing fads in the 80’s included high-waist jeans, leather miniskirts, denim jackets, and branded t-shirts. This outfit is so simple to put together!
Tank + t-shirt + Jean Shorts + Big belt = 90”s Nostalgia
This outfit is perfect for running errands, going on summer picnics, or an afternoon cookout. Definitely one of the most simple and comfortable outfits to put together. You can change it up with white sneakers or big black boots.
Goodwill Industries of New Mexico and NBCUniversal today announced a first of its kind Production Assistant Training Program in New Mexico. The training will be provided free of charge on May 22 and 23 in Albuquerque to selected New Mexico residents interested in pursuing a career in film and television production.
The Production Assistant (P.A.) Training program will be a two-day comprehensive, intensive and immersive work-based job training program that provides an opportunity to gain skills, knowledge and understanding of a film or television production. The program trains individuals from diverse backgrounds for the job of Production Assistant, which is a common entry-level gateway into the entertainment industry as it has been for many highly successful producers, directors and crew currently working in the industry.
The weekend training program is designed to train Set and Office Production Assistants. Participants will learn everything necessary to walk on any film or television set and do the job right from day one. Although a job after the training is not guaranteed, film and television production is increasing in the State, therefore the need for qualified P.A.s is rising as well.
“Goodwill is dedicated to helping the people of New Mexico achieve their employment goals, and is excited to partner with NBCU to open doors to film and TV industry careers,” said Shauna Kastle, CEO, Goodwill of NM. “Our hope with the P.A. training is that we can teach anyone interested how to be successful the day that they step on set, and that they will find a career that advances their future and opportunities.”
“It’s essential that we as an industry continue to break down the barriers that exist for underrepresented talent, and programs like these provide an important entry point for a next generation of production talent that historically has not had the opportunity,” said Janine Jones-Cark, Executive Vice President of Inclusion – Talent & Content, Film, TV & Streaming, NBCUniversal. “We are thrilled to partner with Goodwill New Mexico on an invaluable training program like this, which we aim to be a launching pad that leads to employment opportunities and career momentum for its participants.”
Goodwill NM and NBCUniversal encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. Interested residents can learn more and apply online at www.goodwillnm.org/production-assistant-training
All applicants will be interviewed by phone prior to their acceptance. Phone appointments will be set-up by email. Applicants MUST be able to attend training on BOTH May 22 and May 23 and be able to accept Production Assistant work in New Mexico in the next several months.
Space is limited, so residents are encouraged to apply immediately.