Target looks for leadership skills and team-oriented thinking. Target's culture places an emphasis on learning, backed by the more than seven million payroll hours that they invest into training each year. Because of this, they look for individuals who care about their personal and career development.
This company has managed to beat their competitors because of their immensely successful brands, for apparel, home goods, and food products. I just started working as a team member at my local Target, and right away I was impressed with the level of training that each employee had to take. The hiring process also revolves around maintaining a set diversity and has made it the company’s mission to provide a safe and comfortable workplace for all employees and guests. Target’s commitment to diversity can be seen in the awards it has received. Some examples include The Human Rights Campaign gave Target a score of 100 on it's 2020 Corporate Equality Index. Working Mothers Media named Target part of Top 50 Best Companies for Multicultural Women in 2019.
Target Internship Program
Are you looking for the opportunity to gain experience while working with an innovative and industry-leading organization? Target offers a variety of positions for recent graduates and those looking for internships in the areas of store leadership, distribution center leadership, pharmacy, corporate undergraduate and corporate MBA opportunities. You’ll gain invaluable on-the-job experience, career development and leadership opportunities while getting an introduction to our collaborative, fun and engaging culture.
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