- Employer: AGV Sport
- Type of Position: Internship
- Industry: Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
- Location: Frederick, MD
- Salary Range:
Intern Coordinator Internship
Intern Cordinator Internship
Education within a college and/or university is no longer the golden ticket in today’s job market. Classes pertaining to your major will not substitute real world experience, of which should be obtained before he or she enters the business world. AGVSPORT offers a bona fide internship experience that will not only prepare you for today’s job market, but will transform you into an asset for any company YOU choose to work for. This is not an internship that consists of atypical grunt work, but hands on experience through direction and personal management.
The AGV Sport intern coordinator intern will be trained to communicate properly within a business setting. He or she will be responsible for helping interns set goals and organizing tactical plans to help interns achieve and surpass goals. The intern program is designed to focus on advance functions of small international business in a fun and exciting environment and as the intern coordinator, one will be responsible for making sure all interns reach their fullest potential.
Knowledge and ability to write comprehensible emails
Basic understanding of email (Outlook)
Currently enrolled at any college or university, with at least one Supply chain or trade related class fulfilled
Strong organizational skills
Understanding of the importance of compromise in a group setting
Ability to adjust and comprehend constructive criticism
Strong writing skills
An understanding of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, , Google Docs
Consistent with following up with already completed tasks
Ability to give constructive criticism
Daily emails communicating with suppliers and distributors
Constant communication with company President
Collaboration with other interns and group projects
Constantly updating Company Manual and intern opportunity descriptions when new circumstances arise
Explore new ideas for inclusion in the company’s strategy
Compile a portfolio of completed training assignments at the end of the internship
By the end of this training the trainee will have learned to:
Support company interns
Participate as part of a team, on shared assignments, and projects
Learn in a mentoring relationship where regular appraisal/evaluation offers opportunities to give and receive feedback
True understanding of what it means to manage a diverse group of people
Relationship development with customers and vendors
Personal presentation and communication skills
The position is open for as long as the student would like, but with a minimum length of 12 weeks, 21 to 35 hours/week
This position is open to students or graduates of any college or university. The students’ interests must lie in management and organizational skills.
While this is an UNPAID internship, student interns will have an opportunity to receive college credit. Contact your undergraduate advising officer for more information on academic credit.
Students wishing to apply for the internship should email resumes to email@example.com. For more information, please call 1.800.777.7006.
Required Education and Experience:
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