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/ Asked by Emily P.
Hello – This is a great question as we are seeing more of a mix of workforce working together. Build a relationship with them. Get to know each other and how you like to work. Once you have a foundation of a relationship, working together will become second nature. Then make sure to I make sur...

/ Asked by John B.
Hello,  This is a great question.  We experiece this quite often in HVAC.  As a business owner going into a larger workforce, ensure you're ready to be able to take direction and not always make the final decisions.  That's the biggest obstacle we see.  When interviewin...

/ Asked by Jordan H.
Hello,  It sounds like an internship is what your seeking due to the short time period you're available.  Typically grad students will do internships as well.  Usually their interships are of greater scope then a traditonal undergrad internship.  You will specifically need to cal...

/ Asked by Karan J.
Hello,   If you have a position which requires you to drive, then you should immediately notify them.  Most likely they will recind your offer due to the job requirements.  Otherwise, I would disclose it, but if you're not required to drive, it should have no impact on your ...

/ Asked by Madeleine M.
Hello, First congratulations on a job offer.  But like Steve said, I would let them know you'd love to accept, but you need to finish your education.  You can ask them to delay your start date to finish school, or see if they would be open to you working part time while finishing school.&n...

/ Asked by omer B.
Hello!  The best way to start seeking internships is by attending your campus career fairs and reviewing your campus career center for job opportunites.  Most companies will post roles there.  Like Rachel stated, be prepared when attending the career faris and onsite company presentat...

/ Asked by Prachi W.
Hello, Great question. Mechanical Engineers coming out of school tend to have a lot more software experience than in the past.  There is a lot of overlap in the training and classes you've taken in school.  Ensure you're updating your resume to highlight the skills/technologies you've...

/ Asked by Abhishek I.
I would recommend coming up with a 2 minute “elevator speech”. This speech should include high level about your background, including key jobs, job duties and responsibilities you’ve had, and any special recognition you’ve received. Interviewers should already have your resum...

/ Asked by SHARON B.
Hello,
There are many companies with locations around the world.  Typically candidates use the corporate office address, but in the body of the cover letter express the locations you're interested in pursuing.  
Best wishes!

/ Asked by Samir R.
Hello,
In my opinion, I won't hurt to interview with other companies.  You may find after interviewing with these other companies you're really not interested in moving forward and will continue with the company you already accepted with.  It's best to make the decision early thou...

/ Asked by Carlos C.
Like Ashlyn stated,  internshps could be your best course of action. This would give you experience with a company and assist with the transition into a permanent full time role when you are done.  Some bigger companies also offer tuition expense reimbursement as you fi...

/ Asked by Omar A.
Hello,
The other two HR individuals were right now.  Human Resources can be a very competitive field.   Doing internships is a great way to get experience and your foot in the door to any great company.  This will open opportunities within the field and give you insights to w...

/ Asked by Kaitlyn H.
Hello,
Yes, you can find jobs in your field of Anthorpology or Culutural Anthropology without teaching.  Some of the best places to look are Indeed.com or search any of the internet browsers and you'll get some different ideas and suggestions.  Best of luck!

/ Asked by Laura C.
Hello!
I would agree with Stephanie, I don't believe there was ill intent.  I see my teams trying to get candidates in for screens last minute so they can be included in the interview process.   If some candidates elect to wait, they can be passed up in the selection processes. 

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/ Asked by Eduardo D.
Hello,
Co-op experience give you valuable experience in different aspects of engineering.  Ensure your resume has key details from your past training, experiences and education.  Your overview leading in maybe should be focused on your objective forward. I would recommend reflecti...

/ Asked by Abhishek V.
Tagging on from the other feedback, it's important to highlight on your resume that skills you've learned and also have had experience with in Internships or Co-Ops.  Depending on the field you are trying to enter, review the job postings and ensure your resume is matching to what they are...

/ Asked by Yapeng G.
Ashlyn has some great advice.  Ensure on your rsume you highlight not only the internships from a few years ago, but your big projects that will reflect your acedamic experiece.  Example: If you woked on a heat transfer project in your MS, ensure you capture the project on your resume and ...

/ Asked by Yapeng G.
Hello,
Like Sara from Textron stated, don't limit yourself into getting into your industry right away.  Sara gave some great advise on how to continue to go directly into aerospace.   But you could look at similar industrial industries that could build your background su...

/ Asked by megharaj h.
Courtney provided some great insight.  I would also say, target companies that have an international presence.  You may have to work for a few years in the US, but make it known for future roles, you'd like to be considered for relocation to global locations. 
Best wishes!

/ Asked by T G.
Hello,
Great question.  To gain leadership experice before graduating college look at a few different ways:
1. Student Organizations - Consider joinging a campus grounp and taking on leadership roles.  
2. Volunteerism - Find opporunities where you can lead people in a differe

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/ Asked by Barbara B.
Hello,  It really depends on the situaltion and your relationship with the person.  Best approach is to try to say something first.  If you're not comforatble with that, then parnter with your manager.  But remember, take your emotions out and share the facts to ensure a situatio...

/ Asked by T G.
Hello, Great question regarding your skill set with computer launguages. There are a few ways. 1, put your language knowledge under the appropriate work experience.  Or 2, I would them in two buckets on the resume.  Specialized training (these are the ones you...

/ Asked by Carlotta P.
Hello,  I would recommend doing internet searches for samples of cover letters. 
But your letter should have a few key paragraphs: 1)Introduction: where you found the posting and why you're interested in the role.  2) Body:  Why you're a fit for the role, what qualifications...

/ Asked by john z.
Hello,  I can be difficult to find a new role once you've been at a company for an extended period.  I would recommend first taking a look at your resume.  Does it reflect the 5-7 most important things you did within your roles at the company?   Next, apply to positions that...

/ Asked by Manuel V.
Hello,  I would recommend partnering with individuals who have an HR background to review your resume.  Additionally, each state has a workforce center who are happy to assist with reviewing and providing guidance on your resume.  Additional training taken should be added to a resume ...

/ Asked by Ryne C.
Hello,  Create a list of the what you like doing verses not.  This should give you a better direction of what you would like to do long term.  Then focus your job search and your resume to those things.  As a new graduate, this will be the idea time to try things outside of law.&...

/ Asked by vanessa a.
Hello, 
I'd have to agree with the previous answer. You've done your due diligence with following up, now it's up to the recruiter to get back to you.  Not all companies have this, but check your candidate profile to see if the recruiter has updated your status of what step you are in the...

/ Asked by nicole s.
Hello,
This will depend on the role and requirements that are required.  If there's not a specific degree called out, it's truly a entry level position companies are willing to train the skills you will need.  Entry level with specific degree's called out, such as engineering, you will ne...

/ Asked by John S.
I would recommend connecting with a career center to practice interviewing to ensure you are able to conveying your message in well constructed answers. Additionally, ensure you have your elevator speech prepared of what they should know about you.  This should only be 1-3 minutes.  S...

/ Asked by Edward M.
Hello! Please be honest with the recruiters you're working with what your expectation is from a compensation standpoint.  Recruiters have the ability to see market data on what the market is really paying for a position based upon education and  experience.  Going into any interv...

/ Asked by Stephanie S.
Hello,  There are a few ways I've seen candidates do this and there's no right or wrong way.  Some have just put the completion date of the degree or some have put two span dates of schooling.    Just be consistent if you have other school for the dates on the resume.&n...

/ Asked by Alfred M.
It won't stop you from getting a job when you graduate if you are able to do other things to offset it, such as volunteer work.  Think about your current jobs and is there a way to scope them to get some of the experiences you need?  Attend career fairs and you should also be able ot find ...

/ Asked by Eric W.
I would recommend with your current employer trying to get some of the skills that the tourism company is seeking.  Think about how you can add that into your scope of your current job.  Additionally, do volunteer work to make up for what you can't get in the beverage industry.  You'l...

/ Asked by Supreeth K.
Congratulations on your graduation!
I would recommend focusing on engineering roles to gain experience first.  Within that role, in larger engineering companies, you will be able to start to obtain the experience you need to work towards the operations and SCM positions.  Please remember,...

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