Internship Focus Areas
Experience real project scenarios alongside our leadership. MBA interns are assigned to a commercial team where they'll work to complete a project through a domestic or international business unit. Preferred qualifications include current enrollment in a leading MBA program with an average of five years of work experience.
Help improve global health and well-being. Focus areas include instrument development, fermentation development, manufacturing support, plant maintenance and utilities, design of process systems or packaging engineering.
Finance & Accounting
Take on meaningful projects that influence vital business decisions. Responsibilities for finance and accounting interns could include financial analysis, budgeting and forecasting, or reporting and controls.
Solve complex business problems. Focus areas for information technology interns could include business systems analysis, project management, application development, data analysis and network infrastructure.
Learn processes and methods of manufacturing products that nurture human health. Responsibilities include project management, purchasing or logistics.
Contribute to teams dedicated to the highest standards in product quality with a focus on quality assurance or regulatory affairs. Candidates should have a major in a related discipline such as biology or chemistry.
Gain real-world sales experience and develop lasting relationships while working in nutrition sales. Combine technical and business knowledge with working knowledge of market analysis and planning process to implement tactics of a brand plan. In addition to the relevant qualifications outlined above, candidates should have strong presentation skills.
- University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign
- UC Berkeley
- Ohio State University
- U of Chicago Booth School of Business
- Stanford University School of Business
- North Carolina A&T University
- Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
- Michigan State University