Frederick Wildman and Sons Winter Internship
As part of the diversity, equity and inclusion initiative at FWS, two winter internships will be awarded for a three-week period in January of 2022. The purpose of the internship is to expand the knowledge, skills and experience in the alcohol beverage sector through meaningful work assignments. Additionally, the interns will gain contacts and mentorship to help them navigate and grow in the industry and in their careers. The interns will be highly motivated bringing fresh ideas and perspectives to Frederick Wildman & Sons.
- Must upload resume to apply.
- Must be 21+ at time of internship
- 3 weeks: Jan 3 – Jan 21
- Operations: Inventory/Logistics, Customer Service, Compliance
- Finance: Accounting, Pricing
- Mix of office days and virtual
- Intern will be responsible for their own housing and transportation
- Accepting resumes from October 14 to December 1st, 2021.
- Selected applicants will be notified by December 15th, 2021.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELEASES
Fredeerick Wildman and Sons, Ltd. (FWS) reserves the right to add, modify or not award any Internships in a given year based on funding, number of qualified applicants and any other factors to help FWS execute it’s purposes.
Internship Applicant and Recipient Acknowledgements and Responsibilities
- Applicants acknowledge that information submitted in the application, including any materials (i.e. essays, letters of recommendation and resumes) attached will be shared with FWS Internship committee, personnel and others.
- Recipients are expected to participate in the industry event or educational program for which the Internship is being awarded. Scholar- ships are not assignable or transferable.
- Pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code, the Internship funds awarded by FWS are to be used for the educational and professional devel- opment purposes indicated in recipient’s application. Recipients must submit a receipt to FWS showing payment made to the program or programs chosen.
- The recipient of the Internships and awards is responsible for determining whether the grant, in whole or part, is includible in gross income under the Internal Revenue Code. The Internships and awards may be taxable income if the aggregate grants received by the recipient exceed tuition and any related fees and expenses.
- If requested, recipient will provide proof of information, including but not limited to an official transcript of grades. False or misleading information may result in the termination of any award granted.
Internship Applicant Releases
- Recipients grant permission to FWS to use photos, film and audio recordings of recipient, selections of recipients essay, and a testimonial to promote FWS’s Internship program by distributing, broadcasting, editing, or otherwise disseminating it, whether or not for free or for a charge, without any further approval from recipient, in whole or in part, throughout the world, in perpetuity, in any and all media now known or hereafter developed, without further compensation.
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