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Before I went to college,
I went to UPS.
The Perfect Job for College Students
What do employers want? Experience. So where can you get the experience employers are looking for? UPS. We can jump start your career by giving you valuable experience with a Fortune 100 company. Now, how many part-time jobs can do that?
The skills you learn at UPS are the kind of resumé builders that you can apply to other jobs for years to come. So don't waste your time at a part-time job that might not go anywhere or give you anything more than spending money. UPS offers you business skills, job training, and experience at a Fortune 100 company - all before you graduate. The experience you'll gain at UPS just might make your post-graduation job hunt a little easier.
As a part-time employee, you'll have access to the following benefits:
$3,000 per year for tuition assistance (part-time employees)*
$4,000 per year for tuition assistance (part-time supervisors)*
$2,000 per year payback on UPS Earn & Learn ConSern student loans*
Comprehensive medical and life insurance for you and your dependents
UPS is the world's largest package delivery company and a global leader in supply chain services, offering an extensive range of options for synchronizing the movement of goods, info rmation and funds. Headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., UPS serves more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. Since its establishment in 1907, UPS has become an employer of rewards, opportunity and achievement - an employer of choice. The company’s nationally recognized human resources initiatives, such as Welfare to Work, School to Work, Earn and Learn®, and the Community Internship Program, are essential to helping UPS maintain one of the world's largest and most talented workforces. Hispanic magazine named UPS as having one of the Top 25 Recruitment Programs in the United States. This list recognized companies that have aggressive recruitment programs, promote diversity in the workplace, marketplace and communities they serve and have Latinos in key company positions. Additionally, UPS ranked No. 32 on DiversityInc magazine’s 2004 “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” and also was ranked No. 7 by the magazine as one of the “Top 10 Companies for Latinos.” For more info rmation, and to learn about employment opportunities currently available with UPS, visit: www.upsjobs.com.