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300 students get an internship through PEPSICO-Amal ‘RoshanKal’

PEPSICO is conducting over three-hundred Virtual Interviews. PEPSICO announced the launch of PEPSICO ‘RoshanKal’, an internship program in partnership with ‘Amal Academy’.

‘EMPOWERING YOUTH FOR FUTURE SUCCESS’ was an initiative by the World’s most renowned beverage company –which is one of its kinds– and the biggest virtual internship program of Pakistan.

It is an opportunity for the youth of Pakistan to collaborate, learn, and actively working with an extremely professional team of PEPSICO in HR, Sales, Finance, and Marketing. 

“In an unprecedented coronavirus crisis, health is the top-most priority of all the associates and candidates, in compliance with the local and international health guidelines, PEPSICO embarked technology and enables the students to learn from the best coaches in the field of their interest by exploring PEPSICO and become part of this Multinational brand exist for more than 120 years”

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During this COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented situation created all over the world, PEPSICO is using technology to conduct virtual interviews of students across Pakistan.

The PEPSICO internships are structured around real-world business challenges and the youth will get a chance to represent the most trusted soft drink brand in the world.

This internship program designed for students to get a unique and unforgettable experience with an unmatched professional experience in Engineering and Supply Chain. 

There are few students already selected for the PEPSICO internship program including a male student from UET, Lahore, and a female student from NED, Karachi.

Wath “RoshanKal” Video On LinkedIn

What is an Internship Program offered by PEPSICO

 All the internees will get a chance to engage with a highly-skilled cross-functional team of professionals and get a chance to build their capabilities and critical skills by working with an extremely professional team of PEPSICO. This internship will be mentored and guided by their managers in the specific field of interest. This mentorship gives these internees a chance to make an impact by presenting key business recommendations at PEPSICO Pakistan.

Amal- Lahore

Amal Academy was founded in 2013 by a Stanford University (California, USA) graduate (CEO & co-founder) Benje Williams & Kunal Chawla (ex-Google consultant & co-founder ‘Chalees minute School’), funded by Acumen Fund (Headquartered in NY City, USA founded by ex Chase Manhattan Banker Jacqueline, a non-profit impact investment fund), Stanford Graduate School of Business, Dr. Paul Kim (Korean-American CTO and Asst. Dean at Stanford Graduation School of Education), Sir Babar Ali, founder Packages Limited & LUMS (rewarded OBE by British Empire), Chris Anderson (CEO, TED), Mr. Jawad Aslam, Dr. Kamran Shams & others.

Amal Career Prep Fellowship

It is a three-month career and education preparation program that helps build job oriented skills and prepare University grads for the workplace to develop their professional & entrepreneurship skills.

‘Roshan Kal’ Amal Career Prep Fellowship sponsored by PEPSICO

As we mentioned above that ‘Roshan Kal’ is a virtual internship program for three-hundred graduates of the PEPSICO Amal Youth Programme with significant participation of 50% women. ‘Roshan Kal’ is part of PEPSICO ‘Winning with Purpose’ agenda and reflects its ambition to win sustainability in the Pakistani market in the future.

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PEPSICO Amal Youth Summer Program 2019

Before launching the Amal Youth virtual Internship program during this week, it is pertinent to mention here that PEPSICO provided an internship summer program in 2019 spanning over four locations in Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore, Multan & Sundar). Amal Academy has also expanded the internship program by training more than two-thousand students from Sindh and again from KPK province by the end of 2020. The youth training programs are part of PEPSICO’s recent announcement of spending over 75 crore rupees for different social programs for the next three years in Pakistan.

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Sohail Yousuf

Sohail Yousuf is a content writer at SPF. He is a Master's in International Relations and loves to write.

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