Since June 2010, fifth-year University of Toronto employment relations student Briar Rodgers has worked as a Management Trainee Intern at a downtown Toronto Enterprise location. Between attending classes and pulling shifts at her branch, she took some time to tell us about her experience as an intern at Enterprise.
UWO Management and Organizational Studies grad Carly Harris is two months into the merchandising rotation of the grad@Loblaw program at Loblaw Companies Limited’s head office in Brampton, Ont., where she’s working with the pork and sausage team in the meat and seafood department.
Unlike the other Loblaw Companies Limited employees we’ve featured during our Focus on Retail this week, Queen’s commerce grad Suhaila Agnew started her career at Loblaw directly as an entry level Associate Merchant, not in the grad@Loblaw program.
Amy Hamdorff started her career in retail like many others when they’re teenagers: in a customer-facing role at a large fast food company. Today, Amy is a Recruiter at Starbucks in Vancouver, where it’s her job to find new people to work in various roles across the country.