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Meet Savannah. Corporate Content Writer. Past Dot Intern. Blogger. Traveler. Coffee Devotee. Savannah started as a Dot Foods intern. Now she is a full-time writer for the Branding team who works remotely out of her home in Minnesota.
Having an internship where I can not only complete meaningful work for the company, but also focus on my personal development has been a great experience for me over the past two summers.
We want everyone to be knowledgeable when it comes to cybersecurity so they can protect themselves and their families from being victims of cybercrime.
Having the privilege to intern with Dot Foods has been truly transforming. To articulate what Dot has taught me feels nearly impossible.
We get it. Our redistribution model can be confusing. What does “LTL” mean? What is a “redistributor?” When someone first starts at Dot, they usually have a lot of questions. So we laid it all out for you here—in a more narrative sort of way.
“Interning at Dot Foods is the best thing I have ever done,” said IT Intern Omar Urquiza. “Right from the beginning, I was able to take on hands-on IT tasks.”
In the past decade, more and more employers have switched to something called “behavioral interviews.” But this can be a confusing term. So we broke it down for you here—plain and simple.
Family Matters at Dot Written by Lori Eder, Marketing Communications Specialist, Branding &...
Making that decision to commit to working for a company can be nerve-wracking and stressful. So,...
Have you ever felt bored, stuck, or just curious at some point in your career? I think we all hit that point where we stop and wonder: Is this it? Am I going to work here forever, or is there more out there for me?