You’ll be immediately immersed in the highly collaborative and global environment that is Owens Corning. This fast-paced program provides you with an opportunity to leverage your professional experiences and apply your academic foundation while broadening your leadership and defining your career path. As a Strategic Leadership Intern, your primary focus will be on advancing the company’s top growth initiatives. These initiatives pave the path for our future and we’re counting on your leadership and perspective to ensure we deliver. Expect challenging assignments that leverage and refine your strategic acumen within market segmentation, value proposition, business insights, digital, innovation, commercial, pricing, project management, and other capabilities across our portfolio of global businesses (Composites, Insulation, Roofing). Surrounding you will be a team of highly talented leaders and mentors excited to invest in your growth and development. Exposure and connection to senior and executive leadership with ample networking opportunities set the program apart from the rest. You’ll also have the opportunity to connect and learn from peers within the program through social events, philanthropic volunteerism, and a cohort project.
Strategic Leadership Interns serve as the primary source of candidates for the company’s Strategic Leadership Development Program. Upon entry into the program, candidates will complete two 18-month rotations developing the requisite skills to move into a leadership role at the completion of the program. Career opportunities in the program are designed to accelerate readiness to create future Product Management leaders, Marketing Vice Presidents, General Managers, and Officers.
Owens Corning is a global building and industrial materials leader. Owens Corning's three integrated businesses are dedicated to the manufacture and advancement of a broad range of insulation, roofing and fiberglass composite materials. Owens Corning provides innovative products and sustainable solutions that address energy efficiency, product safety, renewable energy, durable infrastructure, and labor productivity.