"My name is Le Nguyen Duc, and I am a Business Analyst (BA) intern with the dEPM team. I found this opportunity on the job board. If I can use just three words to describe my entire experience, they would be flexible, pleasant, and modern. In fact, this is one of the most flexible internship opportunities I have ever encountered.
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"Hi, there! My name is Nguyen Tran Khanh Chi, and I am an L&D Product Intern in the Department of Academy at TRG International. I came across this internship through LinkedIn.
As you may know, PJ's Coffee is part of TRG International, and we are lucky to have many dedicated and talented interns. Recently, one of our Operations Interns at PJ's Coffee, Nguyen Bao Ngan, has just sent us a letter to share her experience.
If you are interested in F&B and are considering undertaking an internship to learn more about this dynamic industry but still have many concerns, Ngan's reflection on her time at PJ's Coffee might shed some light!
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Khanh was one of our interns for the Marketing team. He was hardworking, dedicated, and a pro when it comes to translation tasks and tools.
If you are a translation student and wonder if you should take on an internship at TRG International or what can you learn as an intern here, let Khanh share his experience with you!
An internship is just like your test drive for a career; it will equip you with the necessary experience, lessons, skills, and tools for your future career. Though it can be a bumpy ride sometimes, it is all worthwhile in the end. And you are not alone! Remember, if you ever feel like struggling, talk to us.
At TRG International, interns are given plenty of opportunities to put theories learned in school into practice with real tasks and challenges. Let’s take a look at the below video to see what our interns found to be the hardest things they have done in their internship!
Cindy charmed us with her sweet smile, open personality, and can-do attitude. We hope the story Cindy shares today will inspire you to take "that leap of faith" and just enjoy the ride.
So if you ever wondered what you could do and learn as an HR Intern at TRG International, the below message from our recently "graduated" HR Intern, Cindy Liow, from the Human Resource team, might be the answer you are looking for.
Our HR team recently received a very lovely email from a previous intern, and we thought this great piece of content needed to be shared with everyone.
So if you ever wondered how participating in TRG's internship program can benefit you, the below message from our recently "graduated" Application Support Intern, Pham Anh Thu, from the Managed Service team, might be the answer you are looking for.
Taking an internship can be game-changing yet extremely overwhelming in many ways, especially when this is your first time stepping into the corporate world. It is hard to imagine when you have no clues about the actual program, the team, the environment, etc.
How will it be? Will it be stressful? Will you get to do real tasks? Will you be able to apply what you have learned while taking away new experiences? What can you expect from this internship program?
If you are wondering the same things, let’s hear what our international interns say about their experience!
Embarking on an internship program is just like going on an adventure, especially when this is your first time experiencing the corporate world. Will the recruitment process be long and tedious? Will the managers be demanding? Will I fit in well with the company and the team?
If you are considering applying for internship positions at TRG, here is some advice from our interns to you!
To the ladies of TRG and all women elsewhere, remember that you deserve every day to be October 20th because women are precious every day. Women, no matter who they are, where they live, or what role they perform in society, deserve to be respected and embraced. We wish you the ability to greatly rise and shine, to love yourself, and to believe in your capabilities and the values you can give to others. Happy Women’s Day!
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