Posted December 22, 2005 by

The Interviewing Experience

Many employers like to see not only a solid grade point average, but also a good amount of extra curricular activity. It has been my experience that most of the questions on interviews relate to character traits, leadership positions outside of school, past jobs, and/or other voluntary activities.
During my most recent interview, I was asked about leadership positions before college, and ideas that I gave to a former boss. The interviewer didn’t ask one question about my college experience; however I was required to bring them a copy of my transcript.
Also, I found it interesting that three different people interviewed me: first the recruiter, then the IT director, and then a project leader. After the three-hour process, I was exhausted; however, I did have a good insight into the company.

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