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Uline; WI, PA, GA, MN, CA, WA, IL

Uline Summer Intern Program

Uline’s US Locations:  Pleasant Prairie, WI (corporate office); Breinigsville, PA; Buford, GA; Coppell, TX; Eagan, MN; Ontario, CA; Seattle, WA; Waukegan, IL

During the summer, Uline invites interns to work in every department of the company. We don’t think of interns just as temporary summer help—we value them as integral team players working toward our ultimate goal: delivering quality products and services. Whether interning with merchandising or purchasing, customer service or distribution, we offer interns the opportunity to make veritable contributions to Uline.


Interns are matched to a Uline department that compliments their interests and career goals. Students are welcomed from a variety of educational backgrounds, including distribution, communications, information technology, business studies, graphic design, finance, journalism, accounting and marketing.

Once at Uline, interns meet professionals on all levels and work side by side with management and staff on projects. To help interns gauge their success, each one receives a mid-term evaluation with direct feedback from a manager. The internship program offers an environment for interns to apply their academic knowledge to real world experience and may lead to future career opportunities at Uline.

Internships last a minimum of 12 weeks, usually from May until August. Uline has internship opportunities in marketing/merchandising, creative, warehouse, customer service, sales, finance, administration, technology and human resources.

Application Process

To apply for the Uline Summer Internship Program, send your resume to:

Uline — HR Recruiting Center

2105 S. Lakeside Drive

Waukegan, IL 60085



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