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Employees rate Texas City 3.2% lower than the overall average
I worked at Marathon Petroleum as an intern (Less than a year)
They really take care of you there. The work as an intern was very meaningful (as a project manager, I had actual dollar amounts that I was generating for the company), and they will gladly guide you every step of the way. I worked two terms and everyone I worked with was glad to be there and very friendly.
I can't think of many cons. Only reason I am not returning is because I found it wasn't my passion. It was kind of odd that there was no exception to the 3.0 GPA rule even if you previously interned and they liked you. Didn't prevent me from interning but I was unsure if I was gonna be able to intern with them until I got some final grades back in, haha.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing. I had a great time there and know all the interns love working with you guys!
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I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Marathon Petroleum (Texas City, TX).
Basic testing and STAR interview questions conducted in front of 4 interviewers. Each interviewer took a turn asking a different STAR questions and they would write the answers and score each answer. If you passed those, you were asked to take a physical which included drug testing, heart monitoring, breathing test, flexibility test, climbing test, valve opening test.
No negotiation, union dictated rate of pay.