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This was a very informative session. I was abut to not go to this session, but now I'm glad that I did. I would recommend this to anyone who is even remotely interested in travel, teaching, research, or language opportunities.
Good session. Especially for people who aren't sure about what major they want. But if you are just not ready to take the step in choosing your major, but you have an idea of what you want to do, this will help with solidify any unsure feelings.
It was indeed very informative. I was more knowledgeable about the programs offered to potential interns, and had a glimpse of the company culture through the interactions I witnessed with the employees who came out to speak.
I really like the presentation. It helped me review some points of the way I have to do my own presentation at the fair. the must for me was the 30 s commercial
I thought the information session, was great; as a student new to the University, it provided me exposure to the potential opportunities at the University. With regards to the opportunity at Citi, it has provided me the opportunity to see if the Citi Card is "right for me". In that sense, the internship at Citi Cards provides me the opportunity for me to develop my personal brand.
A lot of helpful tips and useful information, however I thought she went a little too quickly at the start so that I couldn't take notes on all the information that I wanted too, and consequently we were left with too much time to spare at the end.
The presenter Robin Marks gave us a thorough explanation of what to expect in an interview. It helps me better understand what I need to do before, within, and after the interview. Very good workshop! Thank you!
Great session, I got to learn a lot about what would happen in an interview and how to prepare to behave better. Although there might be one thing that can be improved: there could be a section where the speaker shows one or two real interview videos and analyze them.
There was no time to go over Linked In topics. Perhaps a separate Linked In workshop could be set up.
It was very helpful in improving the quality of my resume. I was also surprised that there were job opportunities for engineer majors such as myself. I am definitely considering applying for a summer internship and looking forward to speaking with more representatives at the UD Career Fair.