Students and grads have a lot of questions for potential employers.
“What is the interview process like?”
“What makes an application stand out?”
“How do you decide who to hire?”
Then there are the questions Gen Y have but don’t ask – questions that, on the surface, aren’t the most appropriate, but touch on broader professional themes that reflect a real concern with finding an employer that fits.
Internship and co-op programs: they’re career-hatching, eye-opening, and highly sought after.
Students across the country are ready to get cracking with valuable experience under their shells, and employers are looking to harvest their potential.
Google does not hire conventional people—and that includes interns.
When it comes to internships, Google makes sure that each hire is paired with a strong, patient, and objective mentor who is passionate about seeing that intern learn and grow. Continue reading
What’s a great way to hire the most enthusiastic talent out there? The social interview.
That’s what Alanna Glicksman, Digital Marketing and Community Manager at MasterCard, explained to the crowd at the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference.
In the second year of their social interview campaign, MasterCard changed their primary question – “Why do you want to work at MasterCard?” – to instead ask candidates to share their solutions to a challenge posed by an increasingly cash-less society. Continue reading