Once the resume is created, it is time to focus on interviewing. Many companies use pre-selection to fill their interview schedules. Company recruiters meet students at career fairs, company information sessions, and by reviewing resumes online. Once you are selected for an interview, you have the interview preparation and the actual interview.
Once the interview is over, it is nice to send a Thank You note to the interviewer providing some details of things you learned or liked during the interview. You can take this opportunity to provide additional materials or point to your own website.
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“My Recruiting Secrets for Engineering Students” (Published Sept, 2013)
It all starts with the Resume. A great resume opens the “recruiting door” to Career Fairs and Interviews. This book has three chapters (80 pages) devoted to creating the best BS, MS and Ph.D. resumes. With a great resume, you will exhibit confidence with recruiters at the Career Fair, during a technical or Behavioral Interview, and during your Internship, Co-op, and Full-time job. This book contains over 40 illustrations for the major sections of a well-formatted resume.