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Navistar, Inc.

Data Analytics Intern

May - August 2021 • Lisle, IL

What I liked

Working on multiple projects with different people that hold varying roles in the company

What I wish was different

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Procurement intern

May - August 2021 • Lisle, IL

What I liked

Very helpful coworkers, recently bought by traton to ensure its future, and a good environment for people who are independently minded

What I wish was different

Unsatisfactory training programs, required a lot of work to get support in beginning due to strain of the pandemic (very quickly improved)

Advice

Be willing to get outside your comfort zone and ask others for help/ if you can learn from them
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Procurement Intern

May - August 2020 • Lisle, IL

What I liked

Great Management and exposure to multiple category managers/directors in procurement.

What I wish was different

Online due to Covid-19, would have loved to be in person more.

Advice

Get involved in as many projects as possible!
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Marketing Intern

June - August 2019 • Lisle, IL

What I liked

The corporate headquarters were beautiful with a full gym, cafeteria, walking paths, and innovative up to date corporate culture.

What I wish was different

I wish I got more time working under the marketing director.

Advice

Do not let your limited knowledge about this specific industry hold you back. I learned so much and eventually got under the hood of a truck!
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Manufacturing Engineering Intern

May - August 2018 • Springfield, OH

What I liked

Large plant, interesting manufacturing process. Assigned projectiles with good support, but a large degree of freedom.

What I wish was different

I wish I hadn't bought and worn new dress pants.

Advice

Invest in cheap, comfortable jeans and consider buying insoles for your work-boots (they have an excellent allowance for boots). And don't lean on anything--everything in the assembly area is covered in a layer of diesel soot.
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Prototype Build Engineer

May - August 2018 • Melrose Park, IL

What I liked

It was a great opportunity to learn about every aspect of a semi truck and how systems within the vehicle overlap.

What I wish was different

I wish I could have stayed longer.

Advice

Ask questions!
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