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Global class internship slideshare


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Global class internship slideshare

  1. 1. Period: July – August 2014 (During Short Semester) Benefits: Monthly Allowance Exposure to real-business practice Enhancing your communications skills Work experience
  2. 2. Executive Marketing Intern (3 positions)  Follow CEO, Marketing, and Research team  Evaluate the positioning of BonChon’s brand in the market  Conduct market research inside and outside of BonChon stores  Analyze BonChon’s competitors and forecast future trends  New menu planning with marketing and research team  Will work in group of 3  Will work under supervision from company
  3. 3. Michelle E. Surjaputra  Born on November 15, 1988  May 2011 Graduated from NYU Stern, US (Magna Cum Laude)  Internships History: Creative Media Marketing, Schnall Advisory, AXA Advisors, Bank Indonesia, and UBS Investment Banking
  4. 4.  Send your CV & Cover Letter to Nami Fitricia via email ( before May, 20th 2014. (in English)  CV and Cover Letter should be under 2MB  In A4 size
  5. 5. CVs are an opportunity to show an employer why you are an ideal candidate for the job. A good CV will:  Stand out from the crowd.  Draw attention to your relevant skills, experience, achievements and potential.  Create such an impression on the employer that they will not be able to turn you down for interview. Everyone has potential Everyone has more skills than they think they do Everyone can write a good CV
  6. 6.  Use a standard font size in black ink.  Include recent and relevant work experience (paid or voluntary).  Be consistent in your layout.  List your skills and achievements and back up with evidence.  Keep it short (maximum 2 pages).  Use positive action verbs such as “organised, delivered, accomplished, achieved”.  Include a statement about your career aspirations and what you have to offer the employer.  Be honest but positive (negatives can always be turned into positives).  Proof-read for spelling, punctuation, grammar and meaning.  Get someone to check it for you.
  7. 7. PT. Michelindo Food International will come to have Info Session and Interview in BINUS University Time and Place: Friday, May 23rd 2014 | 1 PM – Onwards | Bring your CV & Dressed for success