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Challenge Accepted : My summer at Anheuser-Busch

By Gabriel Matar

Challenge Accepted. Those were the first words I saw when I entered the Anheuser-Busch office in New York City last November. At the time, I had no idea how appropriate those words would become. 10 months, one pandemic, and an eight-week virtual internship later, Nina Chatrath, Adeline Lang and I had a chance to be a part of the aptly named Challenge Accepted culture at Anheuser-Busch. All three of us were part of AB’s Global Management Trainee (GMT) internship, a cross-functional program of about 35 interns from a wide range of universities and educational backgrounds. GMT interns are placed in a variety of functions, including HR, Marketing, Sales, Logistics, and IT. The 8-week intern program is designed to be a preview to the full-time GMT program, a 10-month rotation between the different functions in the business.

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Summer 2020 Internship Experiences at Boeing

By Varun Bhargava, Isha Tyle, and Daniel Vargas

The Boeing Company is the world’s largest aerospace company and the United States’ biggest exporter. Its products range from the famous commercial aircraft to defense aircraft, satellites, autonomous systems and more. The company also has a large capital wing that had a $4.1 billion portfolio at the end of 2016. Boeing is formally split up into four areas: Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA), Boeing Defense, Space, and Security (BDS), Boeing Global Services (BGS), and Boeing Capital Corporation (BCC). A company with a diverse range of products and services has a need for an equally diversified skill set. The skills taught by every single major that is represented in the T&M minor have a place at Boeing!

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My Summer at Motorola Solutions: Helping Interns in a Moment That Matters

By Anna Steinbrenner

My summer internship at MSI was like none other, and will be like none other, simply because of the times we are living in. The virtual platform and effects that the COVID-19 pandemic have had on my life forced me to take a step back and realize where and how I wanted to grow personally and professionally. Motorola Solutions offered me those opportunities and helped me discover where I can make an impact and how I can shape my own future through the projects I worked on, the opportunities I had to network and learn from different departments, and the exposure I had to senior leadership.

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