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Whirlpool keeps pipeline going with young talent
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Whirlpool keeps pipeline going with young talent via internship program

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Don Campbell / HP staff: From left, Whirpool Corp. interns Arindam “Baba” Mukherjee, Paul Giessner, Zakia Barnes and Jessica Green are pictured Thursday at Whirlpool’s Global Headquarters.

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Arindam Mukherjee didn’t know what Whirlpool was before applying for an internship there.

He said he noticed the circular Whirlpool Corp. logo at a booth set up at the engineering career fair his school was holding. Mukherjee, an aerospace engineering major entering his senior year at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, spoke to a few recruiters from the home appliance maker and agreed to apply for an internship.

“I walked up and started talking to them because I thought it was a cool name,” he said. “The rest is history.”

The fair led to a 12-week stay in Benton Harbor.

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Keywords: Diversity & Inclusion | @WhirlpoolCorp | internship | whirlpool corporation | whirlpool interns

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