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Forbes: P&G paves path for meaningful virtual internship

One UC grad's summer internship experience teaches things about working virtually

UC Lindner College of Business student Jordan Tavernier’s summer internship at Procter & Gamble was converted to a virtual experience along with all other interns working at the consumer giant during the COVID-19 era.

UC Lindner College of Business student Jordan Tavernier works from his home.

UC Lindner College of Business student Jordan Tavernier works from his home. Photo/P&G

He found himself learning about fabric care purchasing and consumer digestive health behaviors right from his parent’s dining room table. It his second internship with P&G, with a previous stint as a media purchases intern last year.

“During our first week, My P&G team surprised us with a virtual ‘welcome cart,” he shared in a recent Forbes article written by Tamara Thomas, senior director of P&G’s North America Talent Practice. “Breakfast was delivered to our homes, and we all got together virtually. It was a cool thing to do.”

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