CVS strives to create a fast-paced corporate culture to support their pharmacy services. They want people who are self-starters so you should be comfortable taking on your own work with little direct oversight.
CVS Pharmacy is currently the largest pharmacy chain in the United States. Prescription drugs, health items, paper goods, and convenience store goods are their primary revenue sources. It was founded in Lowell, Mass. in 1956 as the Consumer Value Store. Originally part of a holding company, it spun off into CVS Pharmacy in 1996.
CVS Internship Programs
These programs can be divided into two distinct groups, professional internships and corporate internships. Both the retail management and pharmacy internships have specific requirements, with pharmacy requiring the applicant to be undergoing a pharmacy grad program. For retail management you should have either CVS store or other professional retail experience. The corporate management side is like any other internship program, with the majority of recruits still pursuing a bachelor's degree.
Types of Internships:
- Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
- Design (UI/UX)
- Human Resources/People/Talent
- Legal/Public Policy
- Sales/Account Management
- Supply Chain/Logistics