YES! Even if the beauty industry or Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) are not for you, you can learn both hard and soft skills - conducting yourself professionally in a large global corporation, Nielsen scans, Excel, identifying white space in the market - to apply elsewhere. Also, as far as beauty goes, there is essentially nobody better than L'Oréal - so worst case scenario, you have the experience of having worked at an incredible and respectable place under your belt (and on your resume).
Former Marketing Intern Consumer Products Division at L'Oreal
over 1 year ago
I would advise who ever has the chance to intern at L'Oreal. The internship program is great, the intern gets the full experience of working in a team and be part of it. L'Oreal is an established company and very well structured which would be a great place to start a career.
Former Research and Innovation Intern at L'Oreal USA
over 1 year ago
I would say yes!, let me elaborate. L'Oreal as massive of a company which it is; doesn't micromanage people. As I stated before, as an intern I was given freedom to experiment and try new things in order improve the project that I was working on, and to be able to do this right out of college its an amazing experience. Secondly, if you work in a project; you can have the support of all the other department such as Advance Research, Hair Care etc. Thirdly and last the people you get to meet at L'Oreal are wonderful, they are willing to help in every step of the way, you will learn a lot from them. As a company L'Oreal is a great place to start your career.