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The information session was a waste of time. It was amazon sales reps posing as HR employees and Area manager's (Entry level positions, by the way) recounting unhelpful anecdotes about their day. This would have been much more worthwhile if your offices 1) properly vetted and posted jobs as per experience ie, this is an entry position), 2) properly managed your distribution lists. The meeting should have been a meet and greet, not an hour long lecture of Amazon brand brainwashing. There's another hour of my life I can't get back, but I'm glad I walked out early because I'm capable of vetting candidate firms.
It was awesome! I gained a deeper and clearer understanding of the events before and after the senate hearings.
Dr. Harris-Perry was terrific. She was engaging and funny, while clearly communicating a message of empowerment. This was a wonderful event!
Thank you for an inspirational talk.
This was a large event, and I could not see all of it, but I did hear four mechanical engineering presentations. All four were of a high professional quality, both in the research and results and the presentation. These students are clearly prepared for the next step in their careers. The department is to be congratulated.
the staff there explained everything i want to know! very nice!
great opportunity to know about the firms and talk to staffs to know more!
Great event, wonderful Q&A, thank you all for coming!
There were both pros and cons to this event, particularly as it relates to assisting graduate students like me trying to find post-graduate employment. First, there needs to be more employers for the sciences present. There were only a handful of employers there who hire physical scientists, yet the event was for the college of arts AND sciences. Second, the CAS needs to do a better job of making sure companies who have agreed to visit actually show up. There were too many empty tables for companies across all fields, and I will note that many who didn't show were for the applied sciences. I was able to get my name out there and make some connections, but there was far to little for the sciences there.
The food was exceptional.
Very enlightening and provoking. A pleasure to hear his views and eyewitness events of the Civil Rights Movement. I was inspired. Thank you.
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