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Under Armour

Sales Rep

May 2018 • Wrentham, MA

What I liked

My coworkers are easy to work with

What I wish was different

I cant think of anything

Advice

Any type of work experience is useful
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Sales Associate

May 2018 • Albertville, MN

What I liked

The environment and my co workers

What I wish was different

nothing

Advice

Working with and helping people that want to make a change in their life, actively wise, was a hugely gratifying
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IT Intern

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

Great group of interns - the company's culture is a really young, and fun one, everything is fast paced.

What I wish was different

Internal disorganization - there's a real lack of standardization across groups and procedures, which was incredibly frustrating. Painful emphasis on 'wins' - if you didn't label everything as 'win', regardless of if it were just a standard task, management would be visibly annoyed and displeased.

Advice

Overall an amazing time, just be sure that you have a set project.
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Sales Teammate

August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

My interactions with customers and co workers were some of the best I’ve ever had! I had a job relating to my favorite interests-shoes and sportswear- and earned money talking and selling things I like!

What I wish was different

I wish I was there longer before I had to come back for school. I only had 9 days under my belt before I had to return back to college for my sophomore year, but I enjoyed every moment!

Advice

TAKE ADVANATGE OF EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO INTRODUCE YOURSELF TO NEW PEOPLE YOU MEET! You never know who you might see...
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Sales specialist

June - August 2018 • Clarksburg, MD

What I liked

Getting to know all the people over the summer and interacting with the customers.

What I wish was different

Nothing I really enjoyed working there

Advice

Always show up early and have a positive attitude because it's noticed.
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Seasonal Part-time Teammate

June 2018 • Hagerstown, MD

What I liked

I liked being able to see how my knowledge impacted the customer's happiness and drove sales.

What I wish was different

I wish that the hours I worked were different some weeks compared to others.

Advice

Retail is more demanding than most people think just due to the customer service skills.
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Sales Associate

April 2018 • Orlando, FL

What I liked

Interacting with customers, flexible schedule.

What I wish was different

Better pay, more respect for employees by management and corporate, more break time.

Advice

I would not recommend people working at Under Armour unless they are willing to do more work than what they are paid for. Although the good thing about working for UA as a student is having a flexible schedule.
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Cashier Specialist

May 2017 - September 2018 • Orange, CA

What I liked

- clear instructions and expectations - flexible hours - great colleagues

What I wish was different

- policies regarding switching shifts and sick days

Advice

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FP&A Intern

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

I loved the culture of the company. The energy was contagious

What I wish was different

I wish I knew ahead of time what I would be working on so I could prepare.

Advice

Don't be afraid to ask for help and use all of your resources.
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Sales

May 2018 • Aurora, OH

What I liked

The people i worked with were very helpful/educational and extremely nice. I was able to learn a lot in sales.

What I wish was different

I wish i would've made a little more for the hours i worked

Advice

Confidence is a key factor. The ability to establish a conversation or connection with a customer can lead to an essy sale.
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Cashier

May 2018 • Lehi, UT

What I liked

The team I work with is awesome.

What I wish was different

Advice

Retail is a hard job, but if you work with the right people it is so fun
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Supply Chain Rookie

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

What I wish was different

Advice

Love the brand that you work for! I had such an awesome summer sharing my passion for both Under Armour and Supply Chain with not only the teammates that I worked with but also the rest of the interns that were in the program. I was excited to go to work every day and it's an awesome feeling! That's something you can convey from the very start with your application and interviews - I think this is applicable for any CPG/retail company.
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Sales Associate

March 2016 - August 2017 • Myrtle Beach, SC

What I liked

Everyone was very friendly and I liked working with unloading the shipment.

What I wish was different

I wish the company would’ve had a better budget on payroll so that there could’ve been more help.

Advice

Be very nice to customers.
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Retail Management Rookie Intern

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

The employee discount The people I worked with

What I wish was different

The job experience The program organization

Advice

Apply for this only if you have specific interest in working retail. Leadership is secondary, the program is all about retail.
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Materials Sourcing Intern

May - August 2017 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

Great work environment and coworkers.

What I wish was different

I wish I had more time to experience more parts of the company.

Advice

Talk to as many employees as you can to grow your network.
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Sales and Marketing

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

I loved the whole overall experience. It was more than just an internship. We got to interact with top executives and bond as an intern class with various sponsored activities. Also we learned more than just what we needed for our job because we learned how the company works. The interns felt like actual employees.

What I wish was different

I wish the recruiting process was better. They do not give return offers for full time or interns. You have to reapply or wait until a position becomes available. And you don't find out you get the internship until early spring which is pretty late compared to a lot of other companies.

Advice

Meet as many people as you can and take advantage of all the opportunities that UA offers to all the interns.
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Retail Operations Intern

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

I loved the intern experience at Under Armour. I enjoyed everything from living in the apartments, to eating at a crab feast on Baltimore's harbor.

What I wish was different

I wish that everyone had gotten to Under Armour at the same time and there weren't different intern groups.

Advice

The best advice I can give about being an intern at Under Armour is just to take everything in because the summer goes by fast.
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Summer League Rookie

June - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

Amazing experience to dive deep into a brand and gain experience in retail.

What I wish was different

Nothing

Advice

Get the most out of your time here by scheduling meet and greets with leaders across the company.
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Supply Chain Intern

May - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

Amazing culture. Some of the most driven people who embody the friendly team-first attitude that you see in sports teams. The Rookie Program takes care of everything you need to worry about in Baltimore (as an out-of-town intern) and it felt like a Summer Camp outside of work. At work, the projects you're assigned actually make a big impact on the business and everyone from managers to directors to C-Suite executives take time to learn about your work and they genuinely appreciate it. Overall incredible experience!

What I wish was different

I wish that Under Armour gave return offers at the end of the summer, but unfortunately, they do not, at least for undergraduates. You have to wait until you go back to school and apply for full time positions/go through the recruiting process all over again. Seems like a missed opportunity.

Advice

Choose fit or anything else. I chose UA over other higher-paying offers because it seemed like the right environmental fit for me, and it was the best decision I made.
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Sports Marketing Intern

June - August 2018 • Baltimore, MD

What I liked

I really enjoyed being a part of the fast-paced and thriving work culture at Under Armour. The people are amazing and the program as a whole provides every experience an intern would want to have. We were placed on a team that matched our experience and interests while also being given a manager and mentor to help guide and provide assistance on our summer project during our 12 week period. There were opportunities to hear from top management at multiple speaker engagements as well as an intern sports league that allowed us to connect with each other outside of work. Overall, a great place to work and I would definitely go back.

What I wish was different

The recruiting process seems to drag out longer than other companies (Feb-March), but stick with it if you are interested in an internship at UA.

Advice

Even if you don't get an offer, the interview experience is very good practice for future employees so I would apply anyway. Don't expect things to be handed to you, be eager to work and ask for more ways to help out in any way possible!
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