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On-Campus Recruiting Procedures for Students

  1. Company Calls Career Center
    1. Company sets date
    2. Company specifies who they are looking for
    3. How long will interviews be
    4. When and if presentation will be given
    5. Company may request transcript and resume
    6. Audio visual needs are decided
    7. How many recruiters are coming

 

  1. Career Center Posts Sign-up Sheet
    1. Sign-up Sheet Will be Posted on Bulletin Board in Career Center
      1. This is where you will actually sign-up at.
      2. Sign-ups will no longer be in the Student Center
    2. List of Company's Recruiting During Semester will be Posted
      1. On-line in Career Center Mailbox
      2. In Student Center on Bulletin Board
  1. Student Researches Company Posted
    1. Student Must Research in Depth Company Recruiting
  1. Student Signs-up for Interview
    1. By Signing-up You Agree and Give Permission for Your Unofficial Transcript and Resume to be Pulled and Sent to the Recruiter.
    2. Student's Sign-up for Available Time Slots.  All Effort Will be Made to Place Student in Interview Time Slot That is Selected, But This is Not Guaranteed.
    3. BY SIGNING-UP YOU ARE SIGING A CONTRACT WITH THAT COMPANY TO INTERVIEW.  IF YOU CANCEL AN INTERVIEW OR DO NOT SHOW UP FOR YOUR INTERVIEW YOU ARE GIVING UP YOUR INTERVIEWING PRIVALEGES WITH THE CAREER CENTER.
  1. Cut Off Date for Signing up for Interview
    1. Sign-up Sheet is Pulled Down
    2. Resumes and Unofficial Transcripts Are Pulled
    3. Information is Packaged for Recruiter and Sent Fed-Ex Overnight
  1. Recruiter Pre-selects Candidates
    1. Sign-up Does Not Guarantee an Interview
    2. Companies Will Pre-select Candidates They Wish to Interview
    3. Company Criteria Varies from Company to Company
    4. Companies do not Discuss Criteria with the Career Center
  1. Company Notifies Career Center of Selected Candidates
    1. Companies Will Call or Send an E-mail with Selected Candidates Names
  1. Career Center Posts Selected Candidates for Interview
    1. List will be Posted in Career Center
    2. List will be Posted on Bulletin Board in Student Center
    3. E-mail Notification will be sent to Selected Candidates Through Their Personal E-mail Accounts Notifying Them They Have Been Selected for an Interview.

* During Recruitment Check E-mail Daily*

* Companies Change Recruiting Dates and Times at the Last Minute*

* It is the Responsibility of the Selected Students to Check E-mail Frequently, Especially the Day Before the Interview and the Day of the Interview*

* If You are Selected For and Interview and You No-Show For Your Interview You Will Forfeit Your Privilege of Further Interviews With The Career Center*

* If a Conflict in the Time of Your Interview Occurs it is Your Responsibility to Trade Interview Times with Another Candidate.  You Must Then Notify the Career Center of the Change*

  1. Candidate Prepares for Interview
    1. Check Resume and Update
    2. Practice Mock Interview Techniques
    3. Research Company in Depth
      1. You should have five questions from research for interviewer
    4. Press Suit, Shine Shoes, Wear Appropriate Attire
      1. No White Socks
    5. Check E-mail for Last Minute Changes
  1. Day of Interview
    1. Arrive to Interview a Minimum of FIFTEEN MINUTES Early
      1. Some Companies Will have Warm-up Recruiters and Pre-Interview Tests
    2. Insure Attire is Appropriate for Interview
    3. Have Copies of Resume in Hand
    4. Have Paper to Write On
    5. Have Five Questions For Recruiter Prepared
    6. Have Everything in Leather Binder
      1. Career Center has Binder for Loan During Interview
    7. Ask Interviewer for Business Card
      1. It is the Students Responsibility to Get the Recruiter's Name, Address, and Phone Number for Follow-Up
      2. The Career Center May Not Have This Information or It may be Out of Date.
  1. Thank You Letter
    1. Ensure Thank You Letter is Mailed No Later Than 24-48 Hours after Interview.
    2. Many Companies will Not Consider Candidates if a Thank You Letter is Not Received.
  1. Company Contacts Student Directly From This Point On
    1. It is the Student's Responsibility to Follow-up With The Company
  1. If Offer is Made and Accepted Notify the Career Center