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This workshop was very informative and provided great expert advise on what to do/not do for a professional interview, and how to prepare for that interview.
The event was quite okay, but it did not meet my desire get fixed up as a graduate student for the summer holiday
-It was informative BUT the event was geared towards undergraduates/interns and not geared towards MBA students. I was told MBA students were invited as well?
-There were a number of employers who had no business being there (Rockwell and Swarthmore) to name a few. These are sales jobs, basically being a stockbroker. I think it devalues the program when employers like that are invited leaves a bad impression on other employers such as PWC, E&Y, Deloitte and KPMG. If sales jobs/stock brokers/financial advisers are to be considered then invite top tier firms such as Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley etc.
-The event was supposed to begin at 5PM. It didn't begin until 5:15-5:20 PM. Part of applying for a job/interviewing is being on time. The career services center needs to get that through to undergraduates. The program should of began promptly at 5 PM as advertised. Anyone who showed up later than that should have been shut out.
Useful suggestion and sharing, especially the contact part
It was very informative and resourceful. Mr. Dalton was amazing and I love his approach to breaking the ice to network with people TIARA!!! . I got a copy of his book for free too :-)
It is helpful.
Very helpful! The activity gave me chance to directly talk to the employer.
It is a good networking tool. The employer i met with was very nice.
I was looking for a little more constructive criticism