Technical interviewing is a standard part of any technical internship or job role. If you find yourself applying to tech roles that require programming/coding, then preparing for this type of interview is key to getting an offer. In the new Technical Interviewing Guide, available on our website, there is an overview of the technical interview process as well as resources to help you prepare. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the information you will find:
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
Recently I had a conversation with Alyssa, the recruiter at Arthrex, and here is a snippet of the insight I gained from our discussion.
I recently had a conversation with Taryn, a hiring manager at Voalte (acquired by Hillrom).
First years, did you know that the Career Center has a program exclusively for you called Fyrst Contact? Well, we do, and it is an amazing program. This program connects first-year students with companies and employers who are interested in engaging with first years. Fyrst Contact is offered online and it is more of an information session versus a recruitment session. Some of the companies who participate are looking for interns and will provide that information during the session.
You’re studying engineering–whether mechanical, biomedical, civil, chemical…the answer to that question has endless possibilities.
Both roles use data, coding, business acumen, and statistics to answer business related questions from the huge amount of data available. The major differences between the roles is:
The way they apply the skills they have
The extent of technical knowledge and education they possess
You’ve probably heard the term “cybersecurity” and feel like you understand what