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Procter & Gamble Career Day

The ECRC is hosting a Career Day for Procter & Gamble on September 12th from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM in the Duderstadt Atrium

Procter & Gamble is the world’s largest non-food consumer goods company in the world. Our iconic brands (such as Tide, Swiffer, Crest, Olay and Gillette) are trusted in millions of homes every day and have been passed down from generation to generation. Over the course of 182 years, they’ve challenged convention, led innovation, and helped shape culture by combining “what’s needed” with “what’s possible”. Even with having over 20 brands that have more than one billion dollars each in net annual sales, our people are P&G’s most valuable asset. Much like our brands, we’re committed to finding and developing world-class leaders since leadership is one of our core values and an integral factor in our company’s success.

From early on, you’ll be at the core of breakthrough innovations, be given exciting assignments, lead initiatives, and take ownership and responsibility. And you’ll do this in creative work spaces where new ideas flourish. All the while, you’ll receive world-class training to help you become a leader in your field. And it’s not just about what you’ll do, but how you’ll feel: welcomed, valued, purposeful, challenged, heard, and inspired.

P&G invites students of all levels (Freshmen through PhD) to visit our Career Day booth to learn about exciting internship and full-time positions from U-M alumni that have tremendous passion about what they do and why. By visiting P&G’s Career Day booth, students will be able to discuss their career interests, share résumés, and learn about opportunities at Procter & Gamble in a relaxed setting before the Fall Career Fair. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without an employer-sponsored petition for a visa.
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