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/ Asked by Emily S.
Thank you for the question. It honestly depends on your career goals and interests with the company. If you are looking for a long term career with that company than doing more than one internship can certainly benefit you. However if you are still trying to determine what industry to work for then ...

/ Asked by Evan B.
Good morning,
I would suggest when looking for your second internship to find a company that has a structutred internship program. This will ensure you have a final project and regaular feedback sessions with your direct supervisor. This type of internship will assist you to prepare for your full-t...

/ Asked by Alex S.
Good morning,
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation in May. I would suggest starting your career search soon and begin with your career services office. There you will be able to find what companies will be on campus this fall and when the career fairs are. You will also be able to ready any ...

/ Asked by Taylor C.
Good morning,Congratulations on your upcoming graduation in May. I would suggest starting your career search soon and begin with your career services office. There you will be able to find what companies will be on campus this spring and when the career fairs are. You will also be able to read any j...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hi, Connecting with recruiters and following companies is a great resource to you on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a professional networking social media outlet so recruiters expect to interact with you. I would stay away from connecting with recruiters on Facebook  and keep things professional. G...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Good question. Your resume should be a snapshot of your skills and experiences. I would limit your personal information to your contact information - name, address, phone number and e-mail. Best of luck to you on your job search.


/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hi. This is a great question. I would not say that there is a normal amount of summer work expected. This can vary for many different reasons. Employers are typically looking to see what type of leadership experiences, summer internships or just a part-time position that gave you a different se...

/ Asked by Mufaddal G.
Congratulations on earning your degree soon! I would recommend partnering closely with your university's career center so that you can take advantage of their professional network and learn about the companies that recruit on campus and the jobs they are looking to fill within engineering. Best of l...

/ Asked by George P.
Yes! As a student internships and co-ops are important for you to learn about companies and positions that are offered and for recruiters to see your experience when applying for a full-time position. Check with your career services office to see when companies are coming on campus. Best of luck!

/ Asked by Nia M.
Great question! Human Resources is often difficult to get into. I would recommend looking for HR development programs or entry level recruiter roles. Both types of positions will give you relevant experience and great exposure into the company and its culture.
Best of luck!

/ Asked by AKKSHHEY A.
Good morning!
Congratulations on your job offer with that company as a Design Engineer. I would suggest you first look into that company's tuition reimbursement program to see if you can be reimbursed later in your career if you decide to go back for a master’s program. Good luck in your care...

/ Asked by Supreeth K.
Great question! This is something that is not uncommon and I would suggest looking into a career in production engineering. I would recommend partnering closely with your university's career center so that you can take advantage of their professional network. Many times companies will go to the univ...

/ Asked by Claudia J.
Great question!  I would simply address the cover letter to the HR Recruiter or Hiring Manager. Sometimes you can do research on the company website or LinkedIn to get actual names of those hiring for the position.
Good luck!

/ Asked by Laura C.
Good morning,Great question! Interviews can be stressful so relax and come prepared with your resume and questions to ask. Having a question about the timeline for when the company expects to make a decision, what does success look like in the first 30 days and how will I be evaluated in this role a...

/ Asked by Chelsea G.
I would recommend partnering closely with your university's career center so that you can take advantage of their professional network. Many times companies will go to the universities that they have a relationship with to reach out and get in touch with their alumni to fill open positions. It ...

/ Asked by Yogita H.
Great question! Interviewing can be stressful and tough so the best thing to do is to relax, be yourself and show confidence.
Practice as much as you can but interviewers do understand that the interview process can be stressful. Come prepared with questions and know the job you are applying to.
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/ Asked by Derrick B.
I would highly recommend attending the career fair at the school you are attending. Be sure to research the companies that are going to be in attendance and identify which might have your field. Once at the career fair, seek out as many companies as possible.
Most companies conduct next day intervi...

/ Asked by Kiran M.
Hi. Great question. I would recommend partnering closely with your university's career center so that you can take advantage of their professional network and resume tips. Many times companies will go to the universities that they have a relationship with to reach out and get in touch with their alu...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hi. Way to go thinking about your career so early!  I would highly recommend attending the career fairs at the school you are attending. Many companies offer internship experiences to freshman now. Be sure to research the companies that are going to be in attendance and identify which might hav...

/ Asked by Maura W.
Good morning,
Great question! Interviews can be stressful so relax and come prepared with your resume and questions to ask. Having a question about the timeline for when the company expects to make a decision is perfectly fine to ask.
Remember in the interview to sell yourself and explain why you
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/ Asked by Tanya L.
Great question! Interviewing can be stressful and tough so the best thing to do is to relax, be yourself and show confidence. Practice Practice Practice!!!
Interviewers understand the interview process and know it can make some people more reserved than normal. Make sure to come prepared with ...

/ Asked by Vishnuprasad C.
The best way to find work in the U.S. is to search for openings at a global company. Such companies are usually more open to sponsoring students, and there may be job opportunity available down the line in your home country as well. Work with your career services offices to identify those companies ...

/ Asked by Sarah L.
Congratulations on getting close to graduation!
I would highly recommend attending the career fair at the school you are attending. Be sure to research the companies that are going to be in attendance and identify which might have your field. Once at the career fair, seek out as many companies as p...

/ Asked by Michael B.
Good morning. I would highly recommend attending the career fair at the school you are attending. Be sure to research the companies that are going to be in attendance and identify which might have your field. Once at the career fair, seek out as many companies as possible. Most companies conduc...

/ Asked by Joice P.
Good morning,
As you start your internship search when it is location specific sometimes it is best to start with your college career services department. That office on campus has connections and relationships with various businesses and can help you narrow your search.
Best of luck!



/ Asked by Carol W.
This is a great question. Typically resumes are disregarded immediately on first review if there are typos or mispellings. Once you have updated your resume have someone look it over for you before you apply or hand your resume over to a recruiter.
Best of luck to you!

/ Asked by Levi T.
A resume is a summary of your employment history, accomplishments and education. It is matter of fact and states your experiences. While a cover letter is a quick snapshot of who you are and why you would be great for this position.

/ Asked by Nathan S.
Thank your for your service to this country.
It is understandable to be nervous or apprehensive for an interview. Follow these steps to enhance your interview:
Dress for the interview – this can be the first impression they have of you
Research the company beforehand so that you can better

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/ Asked by Rebecca H.
Great question!
Internship selection can be a long process. Be sure to work with your career services at the college or university that you attend to find out when that company is on campus so you can engage their college recruitment team. Many recruiting teams will have a group e-mail address as w...

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