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Internship for Store Management

Company Name:
Belk
During this structured 300 hours of development, interns will get to know Belk stores and learn about retail management. They also experience other aspects of store and merchandise operations through planned experiences and project development.
Those interns who are identified as possessing the necessary skills and qualifications for retail management will be selected as candidates for the challenging Executive Trainee Program.
Program Timeline
Begins
duration
concludes
May 27, 2013
10 weeks
(average 300 hours per week)
August 3, 2013
Sample Curriculum
Merchandise Presentation
Sales Support Functions
Customer Service Strategies
Promotional Event Strategies
People Management
Operations
Essential Functions/Responsibilities:
Requirements/Qualifications:
Requirements
Have a strong interest in a career in retail management
Be a rising Junior or Senior at an accredited College or University
Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Have excellent work ethics and people skills
Be an academically talented student leader and actively involved in the community
Company Description:
Charlotte, N.C.-based Belk, Inc. is the nation's largest family owned and operated department store with more than $4 billion in sales and 300 Belk stores located in 16 Southern states and a growing digital presence. Founded on May 29, 1888 by William Henry Belk in Monroe, N.C., the company is in the third generation of Belk family leadership. Our mission is to satisfy the modern Southern lifestyle like no one else, so that customers get the fashion they desire and the value they deserve. Our vision is for the modern Southern woman to count on Belk first - for her, for her family, for life. Belk has been committed to community involvement since its inception and today gives 2.5 percent of its pretax income back to the communities it serves. During the past fiscal year the company and its associates, customers and vendors donated more than $20.9 million to those communities.

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