Today, there were over 500 million Tweets, over 85% of U.S. Consumers used their mobile device while watching TV, and within the next four years, women will control $28 Trillion in annual consumer spending. At Nielsen, you will help analyze and understand what all this means to our consumers, and how it truly influences and drives consumer behavior in what people watch and what people buy.
At Nielsen, we invest in you. Nielsen’s Emerging Leaders Program offers a powerful and unique experience for top undergraduates interested in a leadership career with the world’s leading provider of global marketing information, consumer insights, and business media.
Are You Ready to Join the Team? New Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Interns in the Engineering track are challenged with:
Develop Your Future with Nielsen
The Engineering track develops future Nielsen leaders who can provide clients with the innovative data management and technology solutions they need to make critical decisions. Interns take on roles of increasing responsibility as they participate in exciting development experiences.
Examples in Engineering include:
Working with innovative technologies - Work with Machine Learning technologies to automate Nielsen processes or perform predictive analysis on Nielsen data
Simple Solutions – Improve operational efficiency (i.e. DevOps) and/or accuracy of a specific measurement system that incorporates complex software, hardware, or both.
A day in the life of an Intern may include: conducting project status updates with team members and key stakeholders; facilitating their team in solving software development problems; attending Lunch & Learn training programs; working on project deliverables; and meeting with project stakeholders.
Internships: Building towards YOUR future
An Emerging Leaders Internship is definitely NOT just a summer job! You get to experience firsthand what it is like to work in the Nielsen environment. You’ll be exposed to our full-time Emerging Leaders Program by meeting and working with program Associates. You’ll work on projects involving significant business needs such as simplification, integration, business process improvement or project management. Sample assignments include:
For the Summer of 2019, we are offering qualified Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 graduates the following: