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Cargill Internships are available in several areas of the company, including sales, marketing, media relations, accounting, engineering, IT, communications, environmental health and safety, and risk management.
Students must be pursuing a Bachelors degree and be college sophomores or juniors when applying. A grade point average of 3.0 or above is required. Some internships positions require bilingual skills. The location for each internship varies, depending on the division of the company in which the internship is offered. Internships are paid and generally run from June to August.
Students can apply for open internship positions within their field of study. A marketing internship, for example, requires that a student be pursuing a degree in business, economics or marketing. Internships last the entire summer and students must be willing to relocate to the city in which the internship is located.
Cargill was founded in 1865 and is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. The company has 142,000 employees in 65 countries around the world. Its business divisions include Agriculture Services, Food Ingredients and Applications, Origination and Processing (cotton, grain, ethanol and sugar), Risk Management and Financial, and Industrial.
The location is usually in MINNESOTA.
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