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Asked by Kate on May 18, 2019

During a phone screening, the recruiter told me that they had several upcoming positions that I would be a good fit for. It has now been over a month. Is it appropriate for me to follow up to see if there are any openings?

HP, Worthington, Avery Dennison have responded.

Hello! It is always good to follow up with the recruiter. It'll show you're being proactive and re-iterate your interest in the company and type of roles they are hiring for but also give you confirmation on…

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Asked by Brittany on March 1, 2019

What should I do if I keep getting denied for internships?

Avery Dennison, Cardinal Health, Worthington have responded.

Being denied for an internship is tough and if it continues to happen don't despair, there are a few things you can do.  If your college has career services, reach to them and ask them to review your resume…

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Asked by Emily on June 10, 2018

How should I ask go about asking someone for a referral?

Textron, Cardinal Health, Hill-Rom have responded.

The first step in asking someone for a referral is determining who would be the right person to ask! Try to pick someone that you have worked with whether that be through class, work, or a volunteer organization…

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Asked by Emily on May 23, 2018

What's the best way to ask an employer for a referral?

Worthington, Textron, Avery Dennison have responded.

It's important to first make sure your current employer is aware that you are searching for a new position. This should not come as a surprise if you are approaching graduation. I would say to them that you…

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Asked by J.M. on June 3, 2018

During college I spent most of my summers taking extra courses and conducting field research either individually or with a couple different professors, but it was never paid work or an internship per say.  I got course credits for it, but will my lack of formal internship experience hurt my chances of landing a job?

DuPont, Textron, ADP have responded.

Hello and great question! What I typically suggest in this case is to list that time on your resume as "Volunteer." It does help to have formal internship experience but as long as you list your field research…

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