Bay State Milling, located in Quincy, MA has posted a summer internship position on CareerBuilder.com. The position is sales and marketing oriented and you must have completed at least your junior year. Here's some background on the company:
Bay State Milling Company is a growth-oriented, grain-based food
ingredient company focused on bringing value-added solutions to the food
industry. As the largest family-owned and operated flour miller in North
America, the Company has facilities located across the United States.
For nearly 110 years, we have manufactured and marketed superior
products, and have developed a reputation for quality, consistency, and
excellence. More recently, we have made investments in expanding our R&D
and processing capabilities to complement our core milling business. Our
New Product Development efforts are largely centered on helping our
customers develop healthy, great tasting and affordable food options for
Essential Duties & Responsibilities of Summer Intern:
The Company is interested in hiring a talented, hard working marketing
intern for ten to twelve weeks to conduct research and support the
analysis of that research on behalf of the Strategic Marketing Team. The
results of the research will help refine the Company's marketing
strategy in health and wellness. Essential duties and responsibilities
for this position include:
Conduct market research using primary and secondary data sources. Data
collection will include:
Reading through published reports and combing through relevant news
Performing online surveys with customers, noncustomers, and consumers.
Interviewing relevant industry sources.
Aggregate the collected data in an organized manner.
Analyze the collected data; develop recommendations for the Strategic
Marketing Team; and present those recommendations to the Team.
Support the Company's Sales Team on an ad hoc basis in preparation for
specific customer meetings.
Occasional travel may be required.
I have not been able to determine if this is a paid or unpaid internship but it certainly looks very impressive and would at least be worth looking into by applying on line via the following link: