IS Undergraduate Intern

Altria Richmond , VA 23234

Posted 2 months ago

Job Description:


As an Information Services Intern you'll have the chance to help Altria shape the future and deliver winning results in an exciting and dynamic time. During our 12-week, paid summer program, you'll experience on-the-job training, access to mentors, planned social events with other Altria interns and educational opportunities. You'll be challenged and empowered to:

  • Leverage project management and multitasking skills executing multiple projects simultaneously

  • Develop and deliver innovative IT systems that improve our organization

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, with the opportunity to present work to senior management

Project areas may include: Application Development and/or End-User Computing Services

Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE: We do not retain resumes submitted outside of our application process.

To qualify for our internships or co-op assignments, you must be eligible to work full time within the United States without sponsorship. Candidates must pass a drug-screen and background check prior to employment. Housing assistance is available for eligible interns.

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