Proctor & Gamble

Proctor and Gamble is an American multinational consumer goods corporation. It specializes in a wide range of personal health/consumer health and personal care and hygiene products.

What

Proctor & Gamble

Looks For

Proctor and Gamble look to hire problem solvers, innovative thinkers, and people who can work well in teams. As an employee, you should expect to face new and diverse challenges every day.

History of

Proctor & Gamble

Proctor and Gamble was founded in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble. The company saw immediate success and continued to grow. In 1930 Proctor and Gamble expanded to other countries with its acquisition of Thomas Hedley. Since its founding the company has acquired an array of other companies including Folgers Coffee, Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals, Richardson-Vicks, Noxell, Old Spice, and Pantene. These companies along with Pampers, Crest, and Tide have helped the company to become recognized as a household name.

Proctor & Gamble

Internship Programs

Proctor and Gamble Internship Program

Around 500 new interns join P&G annually, and you could be one of them. Proctor and Gamble offers a range of sought-after internships, for those interested in business management, marketing, finance, IT, science, engineering, and more. From Day 1 students will work on business-critical assignments and gain valuable insight into a global business. Successful interns are invited to interview for full-time roles that may lead to a job offer.

What it's like to Work at

Proctor & Gamble

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
PR / Corporate Communications
UI & UX Design
Engineering
Accounting
Finance
Data / Analytics
Marketing
Human Resources / People / Talent
Project Management
IT/IS
Legal / Public Policy
Manufacturing
Supply Chain / Logistics
Quality Assurance
Sales / Account Management
Research & Development
industries
office locations
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Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Perks
  • Full-Time Potential
  • Business Critical Assignments
  • Leadership Development
  • Internship Network
  • Senior Exposure

Proctor & Gamble

Interview Process

Multistep process that takes on average 2+ months. Depending on the position you hope to apply to, you should expect to take a series of interviews and online tests (especially relevant for engineering) quizzing your mathematical abilities and general reasoning skills. After passing these tests, you will be asked to complete a one on one interview with the hiring team.

1.  Assessment

Applications that are selected to advance to the next step of the interview process will be asked to complete an online assessment that takes about 1 hour. Depending on the position you apply for, you may be asked to complete a series of tests. These tests help the company understand what you know/ don’t know and how your specific skills could benefit the company.

2. First Interview

Proctor and Gamble uses a combination of behavioral-based and situational interviews. The company is looking to see if you relate to, compare with, and connect to our PEAK Performance Factors. The hiring manager will also ask about your resume, skills, and past experience. This interview will either be conducted one-on-one or as a panel interview (typically 2-3 interviewers)

3. Second Round Interview

Many, but not all students report having a second or even third round interview. These interviews are very similar to the first round.