Kraft Heinz Intern+

Feeding Tomorrow has partnered with The Kraft Heinz Company to identify extraordinary undergraduate students pursuing advanced degrees in food science.

About the Internship

Kraft Heinz will award one Feeding Tomorrow candidate a paid internship for summer 2020.

About The Kraft Heinz Company

Kraft HeinzThe Kraft Heinz Company is revolutionizing the food industry – we will be the most profitable food company powered by the most talented people with unwavering commitment to our communities, leading brands and highest product quality in every category in which we compete. As a global powerhouse, Kraft Heinz represents over $26.1 billion in revenue and is the 5th largest food and beverage company in the world. At Kraft Heinz, to be the BEST food company, growing a BETTER world is more than a dream – it is our GLOBAL VISION. To be the best, we want the best – best brands, best practices and, most importantly, the best people. 

 

Application Deadline

The application period for this opportunity is now closed.

 

Feeding Tomorrow’s Intern+ Offer Package with Kraft Heinz Includes:

  • One (1) paid summer internship for summer 2020 provided by Kraft Heinz
  • One (1) $1,500 tuition scholarship for 2020-2021 academic year provided by Kraft Heinz
  • Opportunity to attend IFT20 in Chicago, IL in July 2020
  • Opportunity to connect with other Intern+ recipients for additional networking and learning at IFT20

 

What Kraft Heinz is Looking for in an Intern: 

  • Applicant must be currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree and have current standing of junior (candidate must have a graduation date of 2021)
  • Applicant must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale (or top 25% of sliding GPA scale)
  • Applicant has a history of setting and delivering against personal goals and massively over-delivering 
  • Applicant brings positive energy to every interaction and project
  • Applicant has achieved great things while remaining hungry yet humble
  • Applicant has a passion for geeking out on data and problem solving