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Gap Inc.'s Rotational Management Program (RMP) is the premier destination for top entry-level talent seeking to jumpstart their business careers. Our inter-disciplinary leadership training program provides you the opportunity to learn the retail business, hone your analytical skills, and be exposed to the inner workings of a global company. RMP has been grooming future leaders at Gap Inc. for over two decades, and many of our graduates are now serving as senior executives within Gap Inc. as well as at other sought-after brands.
During the 8-month program, you'll rotate through Inventory Management and Merchandising within our family of brands while learning how our product lifecycle works and how customers interact with our brands online and in-store. After completion of the program, you will be placed as a full-time employee in Inventory Management or Merchandising.
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Inventory Management employees guide financial and inventory investment decisions–so you have to be analytically savvy, with an ability to assess a wide range of data to make profitable decisions for both in season and for the future.
You're forecasting sales, triggering promotions and executing markdowns to capitalize on opportunities in season and strategically predict the future by determining product demand, style by style, for upcoming seasons through in-depth analysis of historical sales and current business.
In Merchandising, you're responsible for seeing product through the eyes of the customer. Each season, you work with cross-functional teams to develop a trend-right collection of styles and predict customer needs to build compelling assortments for markets around the world.
You’re comfortable telling your products' stories to groups of all sizes and people from all levels and react to in-season business to drive sales, profitability and growth.
We believe inclusion and opportunity are key to driving growth. Join us for a series of virtual events hosted by Gap Inc.’s employee-led Equality & Belong groups and University Recruiting to learn about our company culture, values and career opportunities within the RMP and Summer Internship Programs.
Join us for a panel featuring business partners from diverse backgrounds and unique career paths. They'll share what led them to pursue a career in retail and how they translated skills and knowledge from college to create successful careers.
We kicked off Latinx Heritage Month with a live panel followed by breakout room conversation and networking sessions with members from the Equality & Belonging employee group HOLA (Honoring our Latino Ancestry). HOLA members shared their career paths, why they love Gap Inc., advice they would give students interested in pursuing a career in retail, and what it is like to be Latinx at Gap Inc.
Join members from the employee-led Equality & Belonging AANG (African American Networking Group) for an interactive panel followed by breakout conversations and networking sessions. AANG members share advice on what it’s like to be Black at Gap Inc., and how they’ve been able to build thriving careers.
This summer, we partnered with the National Retail Federation Foundation and other retailers in the industry to give students an over the retail industry. Learn more about the Gap Inc. brands, company culture and functions responsible for driving customers engagement & Business results through the Retail Industry Summer Experience.
Macro Trends in Retail Tech - Exploration of what the "next normal" will be for our customers and how the retail
industry can use technology to better meet customer needs.
Inclusive Design is the consideration of all our customers through product, marketing, and how we engage with our customers. This session will highlight some key employee-led initiatives focused on product inclusivity - including our Color Proud Council - and explore why it is important to our customers and how it affects health of our business.
Driving Financial Strategy - Business leaders in Inventory Management and Finance will walk students through their careers as well as give advice on navigating the dynamic worlds and career paths in finance and planning.
We know career choices are big life decisions and it is important for you to get to know a company inside and out! And, in this new virtual world that can be harder than ever to do, which is why we created a series of virtual events to help you learn more about Gap Inc.
Join recent RMP trainees to hear about their experience starting a full-time role after graduating from college.
Ever wonder why customers buy the things they do? Join us as we discuss how retailers (including us!) are innovating our products and changing the way we interact with our customers.
Join our panel of Business Leaders who have graduated from RMP + those who have been active in the program. You'll hear their perspectives on career growth, what drives success at Gap Inc. and innovate initiatives happening at our brands.
Curious how to build a professional and stylish wardrobe on a budget? Wondering how to show your personal style while still remaining polished and comfortable? If you have asked yourself any of these questions, this event is the one for you! Hear from our merchants on how to build your professional wardrobe that let's your personal style shine.
Did you know one of the original fashion bloggers, Blair Eadie, started her career in fashion in the Rotational Management Program?
Bahja Johnson started her career at Gap Inc. in 2012 as part of RMP. Get a peek into how she turned her passion for product inclusion into an initiative that’s bringing diversity to the forefront of all we do.
“Corporate America Big Shot”, aka Justin Kerr, worked at some of the largest retail corporations, from UNIQLO to Levi’s to Gap Inc.
An Open to All mindset drives every aspect of our business. When we include and respect people from all walks of life, we create a better, stronger company and a better, stronger world.
Equality is woven into the fabric of our culture because it’s the way the world should function. We are proud to be the first Fortune 500 company to announce equal pay for equal work.
We believe that environmental issues are human rights issues. That’s why we’re integrating sustainability even deeper into each of our business practices, and are committed to reaching 100% renewable energy across our facilities by 2030.
In 1969, Gap Inc. co-founders and equal partners Doris and Don Fisher started a company that has created countless opportunities – not just for Gap Inc. employees and partners, but for the communities where Gap Inc. does business.
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