Niagara Bottling

About Niagara Bottling

Hey, recent and soon-to-be grads! Niagara Bottling is looking for its next interns and Professional Development Program/Manufacturing Development Program participants! Niagara Bottling is a leading beverage manufacturer in the U.S., supplying some of the largest brands and stores throughout the country. Niagara began as a family business in 1963, offering Niagara® water in five-gallon containers for home and office delivery. In the early 1990s, we expanded into single-serve private label bottled water for grocery, club, convenience and wholesale customers. Today, we are committed to producing a variety of high-quality beverages, including bottled water, sparkling water, teas, sports drinks, non-dairy milk products and more, while reducing our impact on the environment. We remain a family business, providing our customers with an unbeatable combination of quality, price and service.
We’re fast-paced and we work with the most innovative, cutting edge and advanced technology. We are committed to responsible usage and integrating sustainability into every aspect of our business. We implement improvements such as providing EV Charging stations at our HQ to promote the use of electric vehicles and adding solar panels and a wind farm to power our plants! We reward success and learn from our failures, and at Niagara, we are never standing still. We hope you’ll join our growing Niagara Family, and we can’t wait to support you as you jump-start your career!


I.T./Cybersecurity Intern

May 2023 - August 2023 Diamond Bar, CA
“I liked the morality and goals at Niagara, like L.I.F.E.(Lead like an owner, InnovAct every day, find a way, and empowered to be great.) The people are all incredibly kind, and the office is incredible. ”

Manufacturing Intern

May 2023 - August 2023 Jupiter, FL
“This is an incredible company to work for. I enjoyed the independence I was given in terms of my projects, and the ability I had to freely explore any areas of interest. The staff was very welcoming and I would encourage any students interested in manufacturing to apply. ”
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