Feb 26

Coca-Cola Internship Program Description

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The Coca-Cola Program is a combined international internship program and a study abroad designed exclusively for Deree undergraduate students. Ten students from Deree – The American College of Greece will have the opportunity of interning with Coca-Cola in a European country, with the option of studying abroad for one semester at one of our exchange partner institutions across the globe (Note: Preference will be given to students interested in applying for the study abroad component of the Coca-Cola program).

Upon qualification and successful selection for the program, Coca-Cola interns will be assigned a work placement in one of Coca-Cola’s key business functions, such as Marketing, Commercial, Knowledge and Insights, Finance, at one of Coca-Cola’s offices in Europe.

Students will be selected for the program based on academic achievement, demonstrated personal motivation and a keen interest in a combined study abroad/international internship experience.

The Career Services Office will serve as the primary liaison for Deree students, providing support and guidance to help students prepare applications, acquire visas, select a study abroad institution, arrange Coca-Cola internship interviews, advise on an international internship, and any other assistance as needed.

Benefits for Selected Students

Selected students will gain numerous and significant, lifelong career benefits from the Coca-Cola Internship Program, including the opportunities to:

  • Broaden and explore academic and career experiences through participation in a study abroad and internship program and by interacting with professionals in the field while applying learned knowledge and competencies
  • Gain practical experience and life skills on-the-job, leading to a more rewarding college experience and better employment prospects after graduation
  • Create an international network of academic and professional contacts and mentors
  • Learn best business practices and bring that knowledge back to Greece