Simply Salad Externship

We are looking for an expert in strategy to help us shape our growth strategy. We are a growing fast casual food company that brings high quality, healthy, affordable food to communities throughout California. The externship will cover the following areas: product strategy, organizational structure strategy, technology strategy, fundraising strategy, and HR strategy.  Simply Salad, started in 2010 by Bruce Teichman and Cameron Lewis, was founded on the idea that everyone should have access to healthy, fresh, flavorful, affordable food in a way that is fast and convenient. If we can send rockets to Mars, we know this is achievable. That’s why we’re so committed to our mission: to make eating well simple for everyone. With 5 restaurants today in Greater Los Angeles, we are accelerating growth and will soon bring our unique offering to hundreds of additional communities. More information can be found . The location is usually in Los Angeles, California. To a

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (Central San) Externship Program

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Next-Gen Scholars Program

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DOE Scholars Program

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American Medical International Quality Training

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Pinehurst Resort & Country Club Externship

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