Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American multinational personal care corporation that produces mostly paper-based consumer products. The company manufactures sanitary paper products and surgical & medical instruments.

What

Kimberly-Clark

Looks For

Kimberly-Clark looks for creative thinkers who are looking to gain hands-on experience. Individuals should be passionate about their intended role and have excellent time management skills. Kimberly-Clark values innovation, accountability, authenticity, and caring.

History of

Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark was founded in 1872 in Neenah, Wisconsin and began by operating paper mills. The company quickly expanded from there and subsequently produced products like Kleenex disposable handkerchiefs and surgical cotton. In the 1950s, Kimberly-Clark opened locations in countries like Germany and the United Kingdom and continued to purchase and produce paper-based products, including Scott Paper. Now, Kimberly-Clark products are sold in over 175 countries and ¼ of the world’s population uses their products every day.

Kimberly-Clark

Internship Programs

Kimberly-Clark Internship Program

Kimberly-Clark’s internship program provides students with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and take on work that actually makes a difference in a variety of roles. Many interns and co-op participants are offered a full-time position at the end of their program.

Part-time internship positions are offered year-round while full-time positions are offered in the summer.

What it's like to Work at

Kimberly-Clark

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
IT/IS
Manufacturing
Operations
Research & Development
Engineering
Marketing
Accounting
Finance
Sales / Account Management
Human Resources / People / Talent
Supply Chain / Logistics
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Quality Assurance
Legal / Public Policy
Customer Support / Success
industries
CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods)
office locations
Greater Dallas
Greater Atlanta
Greater Seattle

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate students
Perks
  • Exposure to professional grade initiatives that drive business results
  • Skill building

Kimberly-Clark

Interview Process

1.  Phone Interview

The interview will last for around an hour and will revolve around behavioral and resume-based questions. The interviewer will try to get a sense of how you would fit it within the company and will ask about your past experiences.