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Michael Black '18

My name is Michael Black.  I am a junior business and nonprofit management major and computer science minor.  My interests are sports, travel and outdoors activities such as hiking/camping.  This summer I am mostly looking forward to my travels around China.  I will be stationed in shanghai for the 10 weeks, but have traveled to Guilin, Yangshuo, Xi'an, Huangshan Mountain, Mount Huashan, Hangzhou and Beijing.  I can't wait to see the beautiful scenery and culture/history of China's smaller cities.  My goals for this summer are to grow as a person while living on my own in a huge city where I don't speak the language.  I think this provides me a great chance to really step out of my comfort zone and try some things I've never tried before.  For this internship I hope to learn through practice and observation how successful business people operate in the office and also learn how to handle myself in a foreign business setting.

About This Internship: 

The Asia Product Supply (APS) Assistant is in charge of providing support to leader to drive improvement projects in safety, quality, service, value and people for APAC including coordinate project meeting, follow up project situations, raise issues to the leader etc. 

Michael Black

Michael Black '18

 Asia Product Supply Assistant Intern, World Kitchen China

Major: Business & Nonprofit Management

Minor: Computer Science

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