REV is a small company providing training and coaching services to corporations, groups, and individuals based in Shanghai, China. Since 2006, the international team has worked to help others increase productivity and reach their peak performance. They do this through leadership and management training, team building exercises, communication and presentation coaching, vision setting, and company alignment.
Interns will work side-by-side with a passionate international team to support the variety of services and products that REV offers. Ideal for students looking for first-hand exposure to small business management, marketing, event planning, and training.
Since 2006, REV Training and Coaching has helped organizations, businesses, and individuals deliver results through public workshops, corporate trainings, and individual coaching sessions. Led by University of Oregon alumnus Jeff Tan, REV aspires to create positive changes for businesses and people in the local and expatriate community of Shanghai. REV also provides leadership and management training, team building, communication and presentation support, vision setting, and company alignment services. Read more about REV here.
Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP), is a unique approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy. NLP draws on the divergent but intertwining fields of neurology, linguistics, and computer science to create a multidimensional process that can enact powerful change in behavior. The goal of NLP is to help individuals and organizations identify core values, then to gain full control over mental, emotional, and physical states of well-being, and allow everyone to communicate more effectively and manage relationships with others. All REV trainers and coaches are certified NLP Practitioners, Master Practitioners, Trainers or Master Trainers, with expertise in corporate and public trainings.
Interns with REV will develop an entrepreneurial mindset and gain exposure to small business management, marketing, operations, and event planning. Interns may be engaged in the following kinds of activities:
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Qualified interns are eligible for a monthly stipend of 2000 CNY (approximately $300).
REV can help with locating and arranging housing, typically a shared apartment. Private apartments or budget hotels may also be available, but may be more expensive. Interns are responsible for all housing costs. Interns may also choose to find their own accommodation.
See a video from founder and CEO, Jeff Tan, about working with REV.
“The three accomplishments that I am proud about is that I took initiative on projects that needed to be done, I taught myself how to market on social media in China and the USA, and I worked well in an international office. I figured out ways for the company to market on social media and was able to increase their original following by more than 1000% in two months. I self-taught myself how to use Facebook, WeChat, Twitter, Weibo, and Pinterest to market.”
- Noah, University of Oregon, Spring/Summer 2016
“What stood out to me about REV was the diversity in the office. There are men and women from every corner of the world working together in harmony towards a common goal, which is such an amazing sight to witness. They were very welcoming and inclusive of me as a new member of the team. They love their work and had great respect for the people they work with. Jeff is an extremely intelligent and creative individual who is not afraid to go out on a limb to chase his dreams. I knew that working with him would be a fun, unique and enriching experience for me.
Professionally I learned to complete work in fields that I knew little or nothing about. My boss Jeff had me working on projects that I had no prior knowledge of at all, which was often stressful and overwhelming. I felt totally lost at times and had no clue if I was going in the right direction or not. With the help of Jeff and my other coworkers I was able to overcome my fear of failing and making mistakes. I learned that it was important just to try your best and not be afraid to start over if you didn’t do it right the first time.”
- Meilin, University of Oregon, Summer 2014
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
- Coursework and experience in marketing, management, product development, training, and Mandarin language are encouraged
- Self-motivated, positive, team players