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Application period opens for QBP Equity and Diversity Internship

Published December 10, 2019

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 Quality Bicycle Products’ Equity and Diversity Internship is now accepting applications for the summer 2020 program. Eligible applicants include students who are members of underrepresented communities and identities and/or students with a demonstrated commitment towards advancing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 2020 summer interns will jumpstart their career by working side-by-side with some of the most innovative people in the industry. They’ll contribute to a growing network of fresh change-makers who influence the future of cycling. 

 “QBP has eased the transition from being a student to a budding professional. The internship has made me excited and optimistic about my career prospects,” said 2019 copywriter intern, Bri Hopkins. 

 There are a variety of positions for college students across departments including marketing, engineering, IT, sustainability, and more. The internship will take place on June 8-August 14, 2020 at the QBP headquarters in Bloomington, MN. For more details, check out the QBP Equity and Diversity Internship webpage.

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About QBP

Quality Bicycle Products is in the business of bikes. From developing and building a diverse portfolio of our own brands to distributing the top names and best products in the industry, we’re doing our part to further bike kind. With distribution centers in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Colorado, Vancouver, and Toronto, QBP serves a network of more than 5,000 independent retailers. We strive to be an extraordinary business to partner with and to work for, and we have made good on that goal for over 35 years. From our extensive advocacy efforts to our energy efficient facilities, everything we do is aimed at making the world a better place and getting more butts on bikes. For more information about QBP, visit our website. 

Topics associated with this article: DEI and Sustainability

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