Varsity Internship Program

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  1. Awesome!

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    Current Employee - Student Intern
    Current Employee - Student Intern

    I have been working at Varsity Internship Program

    Recommends
    Recommends

    Pros

    Learn entrepreneurship skills where you are asked to manage your own business and doing whatever to make the most profits out of it. Also learn interpersonal skills as it requires students to go out into the community and provide service to the people there.

    Cons

    The heat during the summer months could sometimes be unbearable but at the same time would work as a motivation to get into houses.

    Advice to Management

    You have done a great job guiding the students. Keep up whatever you are doing and the program shall flourish!


  2. Loved my time with Varsity, was a great learning experience both in character & career skills

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    Former Employee - Marketing Representative
    Former Employee - Marketing Representative

    I worked at Varsity Internship Program

    Recommends
    Recommends

    Pros

    if you are looking for a very challenging, yet creative experience that will get you out of the pack then Varsity is the number one place to work. its basically a sales company for students of all fields looking to develop leadership and services mindedness. It also a great place to develop team spirit while prompting positive competition among reps.

    Cons

    In as much as Varsity is a great place to grow and build character, its really hard. At first one has to be ready to relocate for the whole of the summer, learn to find a place to stay in a strange town, register with the local authorities then go out and sell books the moment you are settled in

    Advice to Management

    Good job in making it a fun environment because it a very challenging opportunity. When it comes to recruiting students have a more broader range, have students from the southern, eastern and western regions of the US.



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