Food Technology Intern / Brazilian Science without Borders-UNI02570
Cargill is a unique place to grow your career, your
experience and your abilities. Every day, we grow
our reputation as a leading international producer of food, agricultural,
financial and industrial products and services. We take pride in our
global reach, ability to contribute, and strong work ethics and values. Founded in
1865, Cargill is a privately held company and employs 140,000 people in
65 countries with annual revenues in excess of $133.9 billion. Through
innovation, creativity and teamwork, we are transforming entire markets
and people’s lives
worldwide, and we can have the same impact on your career. Discover how
we can be Better Together at www.cargill.com.
function at Cargill will provide students with a career interest and a
food related academic background, the opportunity to apply knowledge
gained in the classroom to a business environment. The internship program
is designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn and work
with Cargill business units/function to provide solutions to customers.
Internships will typically be 'applications' oriented, i.e. applying lab
or pilot work on customer finished food systems. Such applications work
is typically done to meet a customer need and to support development of a
new Cargill ingredient or product.
You will be
assigned to a project or multiple projects that will be substantive in
nature and will create exposure to a variety of work activities. Interns
will have the opportunity to:
Gain immediate hands on work experience in one of
the world's largest agribusiness companies.
Participate in orientation, networking, mentoring
relationships and other opportunities targeted towards personal and
Receive periodic and candid feedback on job
Internships are at least 12 weeks in duration.
Cargill expects that its internships will present a win/win scenario for
the intern and itself, with the potential for subsequent full-time
employment of the intern where job availability, fit, and intern
Various U.S. locations
Currently pursuing a B.A., B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in
Biotechnology, Food Engineering, Food Science, Food Technology or related
Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled in
the Brazilian Science Without Borders Program.
Must be open to relocation.
Ability to prioritize and manage a large workload
with multiple priorities.
Demonstrated problem solving and decision-making.
Strong leadership and technical skills.
Demonstrated ability of collaboration,
communication, motivation, interpersonal effectiveness, teamwork and
successful completion of work.
Cargill is an EEO/AA