CEAT Career Fair

CEAT Career Fair - Each company had a different interest...

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Scarlett Hood 9/27/11 I arrived at the CEAT Career Fair at 10:45am and left at 12:00pm. I felt like this was a good time because then the people representing the companies would not have been tired after speaking to everyone already and they would be energized and excited to speak to students. Almost all of the students at the CEAT Career Fair were wearing business dress, such as suits, dresses, skirts, and blouses and were carrying a leather notebook with several resumes and a pen. All of the students were energetic and talking with a person from their company that they were interested in. All of the booths had little trinkets to give away, like cool pens, stress balls in different shapes, and many other cool interesting things to draw students towards them. They were also giving out the company information and internship information to the students.
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Unformatted text preview: Each company had a different interest for different types of engineers. Some would only want chemical and industrial engineers and others would want all types of engineers. Three that I visited and that wanted my major, Industrial Engineering and Management, were ABF, OG&E, and John Deer. None of the companies that I visited was offering any internship opportunities to me just because I am a freshman, but they were all offering internships to older students. They did give me information about the internships and the benefits for me to invest my time with them. I believe that the John Deer display was the best because they were giving out John Deer hats. I spoke to OSU alum from Boeing. His name was Rob Miner, he got his degree in human resources, and he graduated in 1989....
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course ENGR 1111 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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