by Rachel Kaschner | December 8, 2016
For many people, salary negotiation is an intimidating topic. It’s not something we do every day, it can feel uncomfortable, and we don’t want to be seen as greedy. While I don’t recommend salary negotiation for everyone (honestly, not everyone’s offer warrants negotiating)…if you do decide to negotiate, take into account my following top five tips. (Not sure if you should negotiate in the first place? Check out a previous blog on this topic here.)
Tip #1: Avoid pre-offer negotiations.Read More
Ideally you won’t talk money until the offer has been made. But if you are asked in an online job application or in an interview setting what your salary requirements are, try to avoid naming a figure. Instead, offer that your “salary is negotiable”, that you “anticipate being paid the market rate”, or that you would “consider a reasonable offer based on (your) …
by Guest Student | December 1, 2016
This week, ECS is featuring Skyler Reimer, a Computer Science and Engineering student graduating in May 2019. In today's blog, he breaks down his tips for success in obtaining an internship at JM Smucker Company as a Solution Development Intern this coming summer. Skyler has had a lot of experience preparing for interviews and in particular, technical interviews. Learn more about Skyler’s preparation for his job search and interviews below. Some of the advice is specific to those interested in the computer science field, but there are broader job search tips for other types of engineering students as well.
I changed majors last fall and was completely lacking in anything related to computer science for my resume. I was looking at spending an extra year in college, so I wanted to take advantage of the time between semesters. Most freshman and sophomore students are in the same boat I was … Read More