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Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis
Nigel Travis
52 Ratings

    Weak Internship Program

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    Former Employee - Intern in Canton, MA
    Former Employee - Intern in Canton, MA

    I worked at Dunkin' Brands as an intern (more than an year)


    Great place to learn about the QSR industry in a growing company. The cooperate atmosphere is fun, as it should be at a company that sells coffee and donuts. I had the opportunity to have one on ones with directors across many departments to really learn about the franchise business. I was pleasantly surprised with how much trust the company gave me as an intern, allowing me to work on numerous unsupervised projects.


    I interned with the company for two summers and show the internship program grow from 20 interns in my first summer to 40 interns during my 2nd summer with the company. Despite the growth in the internship program, the company does not value intern. If you intern for company the chance of you being hired after your internship is very slim. The company does not hire directly from the internship pool. My department was truly grateful for the contributions I made however in the department I worked in their are no entry level positions. If you are looking for your internship to lead to a job this is not the place to work. If your looking for a decent paying summer job, Dunkin' Brands is not a bad place to work.

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    Management should take the internship program more seriously, and consider giving jobs to qualified interns. At other QSR companies their are management training programs for recent grads that the company should consider investing in.

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