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/ Asked by Adriana M.
Hello! Larger companies are moving away from checking references for various reasons. With that being said, I think a letter of recommendation is a good idea. It gives the recruiter and/or hiring manager a chance to see what your former colleagues/managers have to say about your abilities.  ...

/ Asked by Kelcie H.
Absolutely! Internships can provide valuable skills (communication, leadership, teamwork, etc.) that are relevant to any job. A hiring manager or recruiter reviewing your resume will likely look positively on your work ethic and experience. Good luck!

/ Asked by Sandy C.
Most large companies conduct performance reviews with all employees. Typically, this entails a process of setting goals with your manager and tracking progress throughout the year. Performance programs differ among companies. Some perform “360 evaluations” which include feedback from ...

/ Asked by Roh P.
I’m sorry to hear about your health issues. Hopefully you feel well now.
My biggest recommendation is to attend career fairs. Companies tend to recruit co-ops and interns directly from these events. It gives the hiring managers/recruiters a chance to meet you and get to know your personality....

/ Asked by Kristen C.
Good question! Internship and work experience tend to be the most important, followed by GPA. GPA is not necessarily a determining factor, but a high GPA be a plus. When recruiters and/or hiring managers are screening numerous entry-level resumes they can all be very similar. Something like leadi...

/ Asked by Karah K.
It is very important to dress appropriately. I would suggest asking the recruiter/hiring manager about the dress code. Depending on the position/work location there may be specific requirements (i.e. steel toed shoes for engineering roles). Most importantly be prepared, confident and professional...

/ Asked by Matthew M.
Congratulations on your success! I think just listing your work history on your resume will speak for itself. Recruiters and hiring managers will see the promotions and be impressed with your success. It doesn’t necessarily need to be called out in your resume, just be sure to accurately li...

/ Asked by Evan B.
It’s great that you’ve taken the initiative to improve your communication skills! Depending on your major and/or professional goals, you may also want to think about a technical writing course. As far as the job hunt, keep in mind that your communication is being critiqued at every st...

/ Asked by John S.
You have not missed your opportunity! Try to focus on entry-level positions, meaning they are open to new graduates. Keep an eye out for rotational programs also.
On your resume try to highlight your extracurricular activities, coursework and GPA (if it’s good). Be sure to provide spec...

/ Asked by Albert S.
I would reiterate what Ashley said. It can take some time for companies to fill roles. There may be something going on internally that would delay the progress. They may be considering internal candidates first or trying to gauge exactly what they’re looking for. “In Progress” l...

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