by Rachel Kaschner | November 7, 2008
The Engineering Career Services office has a lot of great resources...maybe I am biased, but there are various magazines, handouts, student handbooks, etc. -all of which are available to help you with your job search. Student evaluations are also available. In 199 Hitchcock, you will find two large filing cabinets filled with your fellow engineering students' reviews of what it was like to work at their co-op or internship company.
Evaluations can be handy if you are simply trying to learn more about an employer...perhaps you are thinking about applying to a company or you have an upcoming interview. Evaluations are also beneficial after you have a job offer and are deciding whether or not to accept. Finding out what other engineering students thought about working at (insert company name here) will help you make a more informed decision.
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