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Intern – Information Technology – Summer 2019-INF001219 Kellogg Battle Creek, MI

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  • Battle Creek, MI
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Brief Details

Job: Intern – Information Technology – Summer 2019-INF001219
Paid/Unpaid: paid
Company: Kellogg
Location: Battle Creek, MI
Application Deadline: 01/26/2019

Internship Description

Intern – Information Technology – Summer 2019-INF001219

As an Information Technology Intern, you will be part of a robust experience based on your education level, curriculum focus, as well as your technology and business competency and skillset. We offer not one but two potential work locations, depending on which department intrigues you most, Battle Creek, MI or Oak Brook, IL are calling your name! And did we mention we have plenty of snacks?




Teamwork is another key part of being an IT Intern and we hope you are ready to work as a team! In addition to your internship, you will be collaborating in pods of 2-5 interns to define a project, and project plan that will include milestones and deliverables for your team. This will be accomplished by leveraging available technologies that will allow you to solve real business situations. Not only will you gain valuable hands-on experience during the course of the internship, but you will also have an opportunity to interact with talented IT teams within our organization. Excited for what lies ahead? We are too.






Let’s Get Technical – You will gain an in-depth understanding of how IT enables the Kellogg business not just in your specific internship but in your pod project as well.

Collaborate With Us – Are you ready to gain hands-on technology experience to build your functional and competency level? As an intern, we strive to give you as much opportunity as possible to do so.

Humility and Hunger to Learn – You are given the chance to understand and evaluate customer needs, competitive landscape and technology trends to define a strategy. Pretty neat huh? You also will be in charge to gather, analyze, and prioritize inputs and synthesize them into business requirements that will drive the development of innovation.

We Love Success – When it comes to our IT interns, you will translate business priorities into actionable, clearly communicated milestones and deliverables.

Your Seat at the Table – Our interns are the future of our organization and this is your opportunity to have your voice heard. You will be contributing meaningful work to the Kellogg business by leading your own projects and reporting out on key business solutions to executive leadership.

At the end of the IT summer internship program, the intern class will present their project to the IT organization and IT Senior Leadership Team at our office in Oak Brook, IL for a comprehensive wrap-up. And this is only the beginning!




Representative opportunities within the Information Technology department may include the following:


Global Analytics – Leveraging data, technology, and advanced analytics to project shipments, sales, marketplace consumption, or consumer response to promotions (see separate Global Analytics job posting for more information).


Cognitive Advantage Practice – Reimage how humans and machines work together to achieve a cognitive advantage! Create smarter insights to improve core operations, build new assets and enhance decision making while using toolsets such as robotics process automation and artificial intelligence by joining the Cognitive Advantage Team.


Global Supply Chain Solutions – Invent a connected world where we bring nourishing products to families anywhere from our Global Supply Web in the most sustainable way. Intelligent plants, low emission vehicles algorithms, robots, internet-connected devices, that enable a modern workforce around the world.


Global Digital Strategy – Leveraging internal and external data to develop a resource Forecast model that allows IT to forecast annual external resource spend and skill demand for all third-party labor.


Workplace Solutions – Exhibiting innovation in designing, developing, and deploying new technologies for other Kellogg employees across the company. Specifically focusing on Facilities IT: a team that provides global solutions for IT needs in the Facilities such as Meeting Rooms, Digital Signage, Printing, and Analytics.


IT Security & Risk Management – Understanding how security enables the Kellogg business, exposure to emerging cyber threats, and the techniques to detect and respond to cyber-attacks.


PMO – Assisting in IT Projects as a project manager or project coordinator, which includes responsibility for planning, management, coordination and financial control of a project.


Global Business Solutions – Take it apart, look around and put it back together just to make sure we haven’t missed anything important. Have an idea of how to make it better? Come grow with us in our GBS IT team where you’ll apply technical and process knowledge as well as insights to enable effectiveness and efficiency for the systems that keep our business running. While you are here you’ll also be building your network and expertise in a thriving environment of professional development and teamwork, together we’ll shape a stronger future for our company and your career.









The student must be currently enrolled at an accredited college or university, pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Informatics, Management Information Systems, Business Administration, or a related analytical field

Minimum of 3.0 GPA (cumulative)

Analytical thinking /problem-solving skills

Ability to influence and actively collaborate with others

Ability to set goals and meet deadlines

Ability to think creatively and innovatively

Strong computer skills in MS Office (Excel, SharePoint, PowerPoint)

Strong attention to detail

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Self-motivated, enthusiastic, positive attitude and an owner’s mindset

Leadership and interpersonal skills

Bonus Points:






Previously demonstrated a strong interest in technology

Strong technical knowledge of software development methodologies, standards, and coding best practices, as well as web development and/or enterprise databases.

Basic knowledge and/or experience in any of the following; Java, Net, HTML, CSS, SQL Servers, My SQL, SAP, Android Studio, Swift, Window Server, and/or UNIX/Linux



Experience with scripting (Python, PowerShell, etc.)

Basic knowledge and/or experience in any of the following; Java,Net, SQL Servers, UNIX/Linux, Perimeter Security Systems

Basic understanding of security vulnerabilities

Basic understanding of information security frameworks (NIST, COBIT, ISO)

Curious, self-starter



Strategic thinking

Broad understanding of technology trends and potential use cases

Persuasive writing/communication skills



As part of the Kellogg Internship program, you will participate in a corporate onboarding orientation at our Kellogg World Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan (Cereal City, USA!). This event consists of executive exposure, previous intern panels, networking events, community activities and much more.




This paid internship requires a 12-week, full-time commitment starting May 2019. Relocation advising and sign-on bonus provided – and did we mention we have plenty of snacks? This role is located in Battle Creek, MI or Oak Brook, IL and requires a 3-month commitment (May 13th- August 2rd). The summer concludes with a Final Showcase event and presentation to functional leaders.




What’s not to love? Apply today and find out what it’s like to #InternAtK!

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