Regardless of college major or professional experience, nearly 100% of our full-time employees start out in our Management Training Program. This allows everyone to learn our business from the ground up and understand how they play a significant role in seeing it succeed.
Once you’ve completed your initial orientation and training, you’ll be assigned to a branch office in your home area and the hands-on training begins. You’ll learn valuable business skills from capable mentors who were once in your shoes. Nearly 100% of all our managers and corporate executives started out as Management Trainees.
As you progress, increasingly more opportunities will become available to you. You can choose, as most people do, to continue your rewarding ascent within our Rental Operations managerial track or you can explore one of many other exciting options including Fleet Management, Human Resources, Car Sales, Accounting, Marketing and more
Interns will gain valuable work experience in different areas across the business in one of the most innovative, diversified and admired companies in the world. The internship is 10 weeks and you must be able to travel.
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Selected students complete 8-weeks of full-time research at West Virginia University (WVU) under the direction of a WVU faculty research mentor of their own choosing. Faculty mentors also complete a short application. Undergraduate participant benefit includes $3,700 stipend. For more information (on eligibility, faculty responsibilities, and the program in general) and link to the online application, visit the SURE website.
The District Manager position at ALDI is defined by responsibility and rewards. It’s a challenging position, but that’s just one of the reasons why their investment in you begins with a $80,000 per year starting salary plus benefits. This is what you’ll do as District Manager:
Our ten-week paid internship ($1000/week) is your invitation to the culture, commitment and hard work it takes to succeed as a District Manager at ALDI. From Day 1, you’ll be immersed in the inner workings of a successful and dynamic workplace. You’ll be given real responsibility, real assignments and a real chance to show what you can do. By working with Store Managers, District Managers, Divisional Directors and even Vice Presidents, you’ll learn everything from merchandising an entire store to corporate strategy.
The positions available are:
If interested in these positions, please send a cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position (please mention that you are a COMM student looking for a summer internship), a resume, and contact information for two references to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by Friday, March 17, 2017 (priority deadline), or by Friday, March 31, 2017. For more information, please call 304-293-6199.
Curtiss-Wright is a global engineering company driven by a culture of innovation, pervasive service commitment and the strategic vision and financial discipline that together are delivering solid growth. The job description is as follows:
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The office helps universities develop and share effective practices in partnering with community organizations, state and local government, entrepreneurs, small businesses, major corporations, and economic development organizations. The intern will be asked to complete and assist with a variety of tasks.
This student will be able to do all of this work from their location and absolutely no travel would be required. In order for someone to be successful in this position, a minimum of 10 hours per week will be needed. About 75% of the time, the student will be able to work at any time that they wish within reason and the other 25% will be during business hours (M-F, 9-5).
Students enrolled in COMM courses are asked to study the theory and process of human communication so that they can apply this knowledge to understanding real-world issues. As part of this process, COMM students have adopted the Seelio platform – a social media platform that allows students to create an online portfolio of their coursework that is easily accessible to the public. Sharing these portfolios shows the importance of the COMM degree while also giving prospective employees a clear, accurate look at the academic work our students are doing.
Our advisors are available during the summer, fall and spring semesters during office hours. Check 108 Armstrong Hall, call 304-293-3905, or e-mail an advisor to check office hours for the semester (see below for contact information).
The COMM academic advisors are:
Professional Field Experience (PFE) is a key element in the undergraduate COMM curriculum that allows students to gain experience in applying their classroom knowledge to a variety of corporate and organizational environments. Organizations looking for students with an in-depth understanding of communication areas that include (but are not limited to) communication theory, data analysis, health communication, interpersonal communication, organizational communication, and social media/communication technology now have the opportunity to request an intern from the Department of Communication Studies at WVU. Use the form below to read up on our PFE program, and to request a Mountaineer intern today.