Registration closes on August 31st and can be made on the IEL website;
program provides for the formation of new company leaders.

TCP – the company that manages the Paranaguá Container Terminal, has opened applications for the internship program for university students from different areas of knowledge. Applications close on August 31 and can be made on the IEL website (Instituto Euvaldo Lodi), at

“TCP’s internship program is an opportunity for young university students to develop their careers and take on new challenges. We are looking for people with the will to transform them into future company leaders”, explains Thomas Lima, TCP’s Commercial and Institutional Director.

Since it started, the company’s internship program has hired around 100 professionals. The benefits are: a stipend of R$1,500.00, meal/food voucher, chartered transport and/or transport voucher and health and dental plan.

The selective process in stages, and the prerequisites for candidates are higher education, with availability for two years of internship, Office package (intermediate / advanced) and English (intermediate / advanced).


Mechanical engineer André Frigotto is currently the Commercial Coordinator for Shipowners and joined TCP in 2017 as an intern. He says that the internship project allowed him to improve his skills and gave him autonomy in the development of new projects.

“The internship program is a gateway to one of the main foreign trade companies in South America. TCP offers, throughout the program, training and assistance to build a solid foundation of essential responsibilities for the business world”, he says.

Giovanni Guidolim commercial manager, mechanical engineer, was admitted to the TCP program in 2014 – his first and only internship. “The program taught me about the importance of being a multidisciplinary professional, trusting internal leaders, and accepting the challenge even if it is absent from their usual competence zone”, he says.

The manager highlights the possibility of ascending employees who entered the program. “TCP invests a lot in the development of its interns, promoting a close relationship with managers and directors, and we have in cases where interns become the company’s great leaders.”

Thaisa Tanaka