Position Title: Business Relations Summer Intern
Student Name: Rachel Noyes
Graduation Year: May 2019
Major: Business Administration
Type of Internship: Business Development
City, State: Timonium, MD
Hours: 30+ hours per week
Paid or Unpaid: Paid, hourly
How did you find this internship?
I found this company while attending the Fall 2018 Career and Internship Fair.
What advice on the internship application process would you give to another TU student interested in this internship?
Don't be afraid to attend these fairs and talk to new people and or companies! You never know when an opportunity will present itself and every experience potentially allows you to improve your skills.
What did you do as an intern at this organization?
I monitored shipping data on ups.com, participated in the software development life cycle, and studied new products from the viewpoint of UPS customers.
What did you find most rewarding in your internship?
I was able to see my work make a difference in the work of others, and I learned a lot about this company - there is so much more to UPS than just shipping a package.
What were the challenges you faced in your internship?
I was thrown into a new environment full force and was challenged to think outside of my norms. This ultimately helped me succeed and develop further skills than I learned in the classroom.
If another student at TU was interested in your internship next year, what skills would you recommend they develop in the coming semesters to prepare?
I recommend developing Excel skills, critical thinking skills, time management, and strong communication skills.
Learn more about United Parcel Service (UPS).