Would anyone be willing to lend some advice on getting into an Associate Footwear Development role at Nike? I understand that an engineering/design degree would set me up but I'm coming from a different background. I'm currently doing a Masters in Business Management and very passionate about Footwear/Sneakers and the development processes of design.
The specific position I've mentioned seems to be more of a project management role (from the description here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/6998947 ) which incorporates a lot of areas of the company which I find very cool.
Has anyone come across this role before or know someone in it at the moment? I'd really appreciate any advice on the unconventional route into a position like this.