Clark Readies for Summer Intern Program

This summer, 160 interns from 74 schools will develop their skills at the dealership.

Interns will participate in a special group discussion led by Clark’s Founder and Chairman Fred Clark (pictured). Photo courtesy of Clark Associates.

As many as 160 interns will participate in the 2024 Clark Summer Intern Program at Clark Associates. The interns come from 74 different colleges, universities and tech schools from all over the country, and the program will allow them to gain experience in a variety of business environments.

Last year, the program saw participation from 138 individuals hailing from 59 schools.

Clark says in a June 25 release that its commitment to remote work attracts talent from a range of educational backgrounds nationwide. This year, the program will see first-time participation from the University of Minnesota, University of Utah, Hofstra University and Purdue University.

The interns will work across Clark’s many business segments, including equipment, distribution, development, brick-and-click, e-commerce and more areas. They will learn about job-related tasks and the foodservice industry overall, as well as develop soft skills. The can take part in job shadowing, DiSC training, departmental resume reviews and more opportunities.

Clark also has an ambassador program that comprises alumni from various institutions, including Lebanon Valley College, Millersville, Penn State and Elizabethtown College. This program encourages current Clark employees to maintain relationships with their alma maters and provides opportunities for them to engage with current students.

Clark also fosters partnerships with colleges and universities through its charitable foundation.

Clark ranks No. 1 in the 2024 FER Top Dealers Report.


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