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WalMart Information Session
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
6:00 p.m.
1505 Van Munching Hall (Business School)
For More Information:
Engineering Co-op & Career Services
301 405 3863
careerengr@umd.edu
http://careers.walmart.com/

Business Casual Dress

Qualifications
• Degree in Business, Transportation Engineering, or Industrial/Manufacturing/Mechanical Engineering.
Citizen of China
• Ability to obtain and maintaining valid status and employment authorization in your home country during the second phase of the program.
• Eligible for one year of work in the U.S. through the OPT(Optical Practical Training) portion of your student visa
• Strong analytical, operational and computer skills
• Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
• Motivated to deliver high quality results
• Team player with strong interpersonal skills
• Sound business acumen
• Strong initiative to Microsoft Excel
• Fluency in English
• High level of adaptability

Preferred Qualifications
• 2-3 years previous work experience or 2 robust internships.

Wal-Mart China International Academy
The Walmart International Academy was created to attract top, highly talented international students who are eligible to work in the United States during the OPT (Optical Practical Training) portion of their student visa. Due to Walmart’s expanding global presence, there is a need for talented, highly trained individuals within Walmart’s international corporate offices. This development program includes up to one year of training in the Walmart U.S.-based corporate offices and is designed to train and familiarize associates to Walmart’s style of business and operation. After one year of training in a leadership program in the Walmart corporate office, the associate will then transfer back to his/her country of origin to assume a position within that country’s Walmart organization. The one year spent at Walmart’s corporate offices will equip the associate with a solid base of functional knowledge and practical skills that will be implemented in his/her new role.

Company Description
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has over 9,600 retail units under 69 different banners in 27 countries. Walmart employs more than 2 million associates, and serves customers and members more than 200 million times per week. All around the world, Walmart’s mission is to save people money, so they can live better. We also see opportunities to help people live better beyond the walls of our stores and clubs. That’s why we support cases that are important to our communities, like education, and why we are working hard to do our part in protecting our planet and conserving our natural resources for generations to come. It’s the reason we joined with Mercy Corps and USAID to help small farmers in Guatemala, and it’s also the reason you see Fair Trade Coffee on the shelves at Sam’s Club. And why every one of our careers aims to innovate locally, globally, ethically, sustainably and with everything possible to save people money and help them live better. By working closely with our communities and suppliers, we can reach beyond just our customers to help improve the lives of people around the globe.

Job Description
Understanding and implementing the Walmart business model is the key to growth in the international markets. Our goal is to train associates in the corporate office for up to one year and then transfer them to their designated international location. As a member of the International Academy, you will work with Walmart Supply Chain in the U.S. during your participation in this program. Upon successful completion of the program in the U.S., you will be prepared to assume a critical role in your country of origin’s Walmart organization. Your time spent training in the U.S. will provide you the knowledge and training necessary for you to excel in our international locations. Your understanding and execution of the Walmart business model will further increase our success and brand globally.

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