Office Hours: Learn About Career Opportunities At Bell From Their Very Own Experts

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The Telecommunications industry is vibrant and ever-changing, which makes it an immensely exciting area to work in. Interested in joining this field? Well, what better place to hatch a career than at one of the leading companies in this field?

On March 30th, we teamed up with three experts from Bell to bring you exclusive insights on their company. Over the span of 60 minutes, we covered all sorts of topics, such as entry-level career opportunities, internships, and the hiring process.

Couldn’t make the event? We’ve got you covered! Check out the full transcript below.


 

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We will be starting the event promptly at 4 p.m. EST – stay tuned!

TalentEgg
Hello, and welcome to Office Hours with Bell! My name is Veronica and I’ll be monitoring today’s chat.

We’re super egg-cited to get things rolling. Today, we have some very special guests joining us from Bell’s team who will be answering your career questions.

Before we get started, I’ll quickly explain how this event works. Students and grads (that’s you!) will submit career questions over the next hour, and our guest experts will do their best to answer as many of them as they can. You can ask about anything from Bell’s entry-level jobs to their hiring processes, and even upwards mobility. The sky’s the limit!

If you pre-registered and submitted an advance question, then you can sit back and relax! If you have additional questions, you can submit them live during the chat.

Now let’s introduce our 3 guest eggs-perts from Bell: Patricia, Diana, and Bnita! Why don’t you all introduce yourselves?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi there! My name is Patricia and I joined Bell as a new grad in 2012 through the Consumer Markets and Media grad program. Through the program, I held various roles across the organization in pricing, marketing and leadership development. After graduating from the program, I became a Manager on the grad program and was promoted in 2015 into my current position as the Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition for campus recruiting.

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hello! My name is Diana Soumbalis and I’m the Leadership Development Manager at Bell. I’m responsible for hiring students for our internship roles and Graduate Leadership Program. I also manage both programs, and help retain top talent. I’m very excited to be answering your questions over the next hour!

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi everyone, My name is Bnita and I am a recent graduate from the University of Toronto. Currently in Bell’s Consumer markets and media program I am on rotation with the grad team supporting all grad and intern initiatives under the CMM umbrella.

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Fantastic – let’s get started!

Tasnim asks:
“Do you have opportunities in the accounting or finance department for new graduates?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Tasnim. Thanks for your question. We have an approved training office (ATO) program in our finance department for new graduates. This program is very unique because you can obtain your CPA designation while gaining industry experience. It is a 30-month rotational program where you can do rotations in internal audit & risk advisory, business finance and the controller’s group. This program gives you wide experience while benefiting from a senior leader as your mentor. The recruitment for this program begins in September 2016.

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Maryam, a Finance and Marketing major at Western University asks:
“What kinds of marketing and creative roles are available at Bell?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Maryam, great question! Our Consumer Markets and Media Program at Bell definitely provides you with exposure to Marketing roles/creative roles at Bell. You will have the opportunity to explore areas such as Bell Media, and Virgin Mobile which offer some unique opportunities in Brand/Marketing.

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Varun, a Master’s of Engineering student at Dalhousie University asks:
“What do your recruiters look for in a candidate’s resume?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Varun. Since we are recruiting for our next generation of leaders, we place a lot of emphasis on leadership and teamwork capabilities. This can be either through work experience or extracurricular activities. We also want to learn more about you so your cover letter is a chance for you to tell us your story! Important tip: Always make sure you re-read and check your resume for spelling or grammatical errors.

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Ryan, a Police Foundation major at Centennial College asks:
“I would like to expand my career choice and look into being a technician or join the loss and prevention team. Do you have some advice?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Ryan. This is a great question. We have several roles available in our Field Services and Bell Technical solutions teams for technicians and we often have both summer and full time opportunities in this area. Please check our website to view current opportunities. When applying, it would be great to highlight your past work experience in any technical areas. Also, these roles require individuals who can thrive in a fast paced environment. Highlighting these skills in your cover would really tell us the story of why you would be a good candidate.

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Benjamin, a student at Concordia University asks:
“Do you hire QA Engineers or Reliability Engineers?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Benjamin, great question! We definitely hire a variety of individuals from different backgrounds, including Engineers. Some areas of interest may include IT, Business Intelligence, Network, QA Analysts for call centers.

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Fançois-Xavier, a Commerce major/Marketing minor at the University of Ottawa asks:
“Can you describe the different job opportunities and internships at Bell?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Great question Fancois. Bell is a huge Canadian company with many opportunities within Marketing, Sales, Operations, Finance, IT and Media just to name a few. If you are still a student and looking for an internship, there are a few different summer internships you can apply to jumpstart your career at Bell. Ie. Customer Experience consultant or Business intelligence consultant. These internships are three months in length and give you the opportunity to learn from the customer, learn from the business and learn from the team by working both in a call center environment and on a consulting project. Successful interns are given early admittance into one of our Graduate Leadership Programs in areas mentioned above.

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Kenneth, a student at the University of Waterloo asks:
“What do Bell experts generally look for in a candidate for supply chain/operational positions.”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Kenneth. Supply chain and operations is a very great place to start a career at Bell. Some of the key skills we would look for in candidates would be Quantitative and analytical skills. This is important to create unique solutions to manage and analyze data. Another key attribute would be someone who is willing to take on new challenges to drive for great results.

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Surya, an Internet Programming and Database Management major at Lambton College asks:
“Can you tell me about your student co-op jobs?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Surya. Our student co-op jobs are available throughout the year during the summer, winter and fall periods. We will post our co-op opportunities directly with the university job board of a registered co-op program.

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Erika, a Technology Innovation Management major at Carleton University asks:
“How often do you hire for entry-level jobs?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Erika. We are always looking for candidates for entry-level positions. Please check our website for current opportunities. If you are graduating in 2017 or have graduated within the last 2 years, you are also eligible to apply to one of our Graduate Leadership Programs. The recruitment for these programs begin in September 2016.

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Mouhamed, a Business Administration major asks:
“What kinds of opportunities do we get working at Bell?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Mouhamed. One of the biggest opportunities you have working at Bell is benefiting from a senior leader as a mentor. They can be your support throughout your career at Bell and can help guide you in your career exploration. Joining Bell as a new grad means that you can work on really cool and challenging projects that really make an impact to the customer.

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Vivian, an Information Systems Business Analysis major at George Brown College asks:
“Could you share the typical hiring process for entry level business analysts (or co-op) role at Bell? Thank you.”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Vivian. Great question! After you have submitted your application (consisting of a resume, cover letter and transcript) our recruitment team will review it. Those who are eligible to move forward to the first step in the recruitment process will be contacted by email to complete a video based interview. This is an awesome tool that we use in our recruitment process to get to know you a bit better. You can answer the questions during your own time and our team will review your answers once you have completed it. Once we receive the videos, those who are eligible to move forward to the next round in the recruiting process will be asked into one of our Bell offices for a face to face behavioural interview. These questions will be based on your past experience and future goals, so make sure you brush up on the STAR method of answering behavioural interview questions.

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Gaurav, an Information Technology major at Lambton College asks:
“What kind of internship opportunities in IT do you have for recent grads?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Gaurav. We have a Graduate Leadership Program that is dedicated to Information Technology and hiring new grads into this area of Bell. The Information Technology team develops solutions that allow Bell to provide services to our customers. The team also manages Bell’s IT infrastructure and ensure services are up and running for over 700 internal programs. The recruitment for this program begins in September 2016.

Comment From Erika
What are the roles available at Bell that specialize in Innovation Management? and what skills set you are looking for

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Erika. There are several opportunities at Bell which require innovation management. One of these areas is called machine-to-machine (M2M) which is a top priority for our Bell Mobility business. M2M includes wireless payment machines, fleet tracking etc. where the internet can connect to these “things.” It is a really cool and innovative space. Machine-to-machine is a fast emerging market forecasted to grow exponentially year over year. Someone working in this area would build business cases and solutions to support the growth of this market and management projects that add value to our services.

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Tonye, an Information Technology major/Wireless Networking minor at Fleming College asks:
“How can a recent graduate get a job when most positions require different criteria and experience?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Tonye. We get this question a lot! We understand students and recent graduates may not have a lot of experience. Some of our programs focus on the technical skills while other programs look at the soft skills of an individual, including teamwork, leadership, and communication. As a result, we take into consideration and put an emphasis on extracurricular involvement and volunteering experience that is display on an individual’s’ resume.

Comment From Muneera
I am currently pursuing Master of Engineering at University of Toronto. My concentration is Communications. What job opportunities should I be applying to at Bell for summer or near future ?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Muneera. Thanks for joining our chat today! With a Master of Engineering with a concentration in communications, this can open up a lot of doors for you at Bell. We have a Network Graduate Leadership Program where new grads get the opportunity to work with cutting-edge platforms and technologies before commercial launch. With a communications background, you can work on creating new strategies for the Network team.

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Theresa, an International Relations & Sociology major at the University of British Columbia asks:
“What kind of skill sets does one develop in the New Graduate Program?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Theresa, great question. Throughout your time in the Graduate Leadership Program, you will develop leadership skills, communication skills, teamwork, and learning agility. The exposure to our executive team will help develop your presentation skills and really help you learn to adapt your communication style to different audiences. It’s a great experience overall!

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Sahar, a Master’s of Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the University of Toronto asks:
“Are there any career opportunities for students with a Master’s in HR?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Sahar. Our Consumer Markets & Media program is a rotational program that allows you to do different rotations across Bell, including HR. This would be a good program for someone with a Master’s. You can also apply to entry-level HR positions on our jobs website.

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Desmond, a Business Administration major at the University of Windsor asks:
“I just want to know how to go about looking for a job after my undergraduate degree. Can you help?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Desmond, thank you for your question. It is important you continue to maintain and update your resume with your most current skills/qualifications, and ensure you have done the same with your LinkedIn profile. Networking is crucial – remember to always be involved and take initiative to be a part of networking events available through school/outside of school. If interested in Bell, our Consumer Markets & Media program is a rotational program that allows you to do different rotations across Bell. It’s a great opportunity for new grads. Also please visit here.

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Olumide, a student at Concordia University asks:
“Can you tell me about IT security opportunities at Bell?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Olumide This is a great question. We have several roles available in our security team. Please check our website to view a full list of current opportunities. Some of the qualities are we looking for is the ability to work well under time constraints/pressure, attention to detail and deductive reasoning as certain roles will require to quickly link disparate data to a root cause. In your application, if you have knowledge/experience of storage technologies or programming skills I would highlight those.

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It’s time for our poll! Be sure to vote 🙂

What are you most egg-cited to learn about today?
  • Bell’s Graduate Leadership Program (24%)
  • Bell’s internships/co-ops (29%)
  • Company culture (10%)
  • Application/hiring process (19%)
  • Career growth (19%)

Albert, a student at Centennial College asks:
“Do you have opportunities for recent grads in Vancouver?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Albert. While we do have entry-level opportunities available in Vancouver, many of our new grad programs and positions are available in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. We recently had a grad relocate from Vancouver to Halifax to join one of our Graduate Leadership Programs – literally from coast to coast!

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Cameika, a Human Resources major at Ryerson University asks:
“Is there an age restriction on internships?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Cameika. There are no age restrictions to our internships however the candidate should be enrolled in a registered university or college program.

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Dana, a Finance major/Supply Chain Management minor at Concordia University asks:
“Are there any available finance new grad (entry level) opportunities available across Canada?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Dana. Thanks for your question. We have an approved training office (ATO) program in our finance department for new graduates. This program is very unique because you can obtain your CPA designation while gaining industry experience. It is a 30-month rotational program where you can do rotations in internal audit & risk advisory, business finance and the controller’s group. This program gives you wide experience while benefiting from a senior leader as your mentor. The recruitment for this program begins in September 2016.

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Olubunmi, a Business Management major at Lambton College asks:
“Do you have career opportunities in Edmonton?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Olubunmi! Hope your day is going well. We have many retail positions that are available in Edmonton and we’re also currently looking for an Account Executive. This role can be found on our website. Many of our new grads that join a Graduate Leadership Program relocate to Ontario, Quebec or Atlantic Canada.

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Rochelle, a Business Administration major at the University of Western Ontario asks:
“What is the best piece of career advice a mentor has given to you?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Rochelle. I really like this question. The best piece of advice a mentor has given me is to always be open to new opportunities. Even if the project or assignment you are working on is not something you are particularly interested in, say “yes” and take it on. Regardless, you will always learn something from this opportunity – either a new skill, a new business contact or a new way of working. Hope this helps!

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Kim asks:
“How do you suggest we prepare for an interview with Bell? I want to apply for your summer internships.”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Kim, thank you for your question. Please visit this page. Under “Paid Internships” you should be able to find all the information you need. In terms of the recruiting process, after you have submitted your application (consisting of a resume, cover letter and transcript) our recruitment team will review it. Those who are eligible to move forward to the first step in the recruitment process will be contacted by email to complete a video based interview. This is an awesome tool that we use in our recruitment process to get to know you a bit better. You can answer the questions during your own time and our team will review your answers once you have completed it. Once we receive the videos, those who are eligible to move forward to the next round in the recruiting process will be asked into one of our Bell offices for a face to face behavioural interview. These questions will be based on your past experience and future goals, so make sure you brush up on the STAR method of answering behavioural interview questions.

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Claudeen, a Global Business Management major at Humber College asks:
“What is the typical career path with Bell for Account Managers/Account Executives?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Claudeen. Our Bell Business Markets Graduate Leadership Program has positions available as account managers and client executives. In these roles, you will be able to pitch and close clients across Canada, work closely with the sales teams to develop unique and integrated marketing campaigns, and oversee all aspects of project execution. You’ll be working and managing close relationships with medium and large organizations across Canada!

Comment From Bell-static!
I’m currently an undergrad at the Ivey Business School, and was wondering if you had any summer opportunities available this summer?

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Bell-static! Unfortunately we have already finished recruiting for our summer internship program. I would focus on applying to one of our grad programs in the Fall with applications opening in September. We currently have 7 Graduate Leadership Programs that you can apply to based on your interest. If you were looking to launch your career with Bell in a way that would expose you to many different aspects of the business such as pricing, marketing, sales or media I would apply to the Consumer Markets and Media program as it is a 18-24 month rotational program that touches almost every aspect of the business!

Comment From Muhammad
Hi, I recently graduated from Canadian Business College and received Advanced Database Diploma with result 92%, I also have 8 years of IT experience in Canada, my question is should I mention my recent diploma with education first or experience first on diploma ? Because career service professional from my college placed my education first and then experience and later one of recruitment agency suggest to place experience first then education. So there is a bit confusion and this is good opportunity that I am asking directly from major client like Bell that what exactly client usually looking for. Please advise. Thank you & Best Regards.

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Muhammad. Great question and sorry to hear that you’re getting conflicting information. In all honesty, it doesn’t matter as both experience and education are important and a recruiter at Bell will be reading your entire resume. Applications at Bell don’t go through a system that searches for key words meaning the end of the day we’re going to see both your experience and higher level education.

Comment From Erika
Hi Patricia, coming back to the question for the hiring process of people with Innovation Management skills. You mentioned that one of the areas is M2M. What are the name of the jobs offered in this area and do they require programming skill or is more about design thinking skills?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Erika – thanks for the follow up question. The title of jobs in this area could be “Product Manager”, “Business Solution Managers” or “IoT Application Developer” to name a few. Depending on the function of the role, it could require a technical background, either in computer science, computer engineering, programming etc. In contract, some areas in M2M hire those with business, arts or economics degrees to put together business cases and proposals.

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Vithuran, a Business Administration/Marketing major at George Brown College asks:
“What’s it like working Bell? What are the best moments you’ve had with Bell?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Vithuran, thank you for your question. Bell’s culture is truly one of a kind. Over the last 3 years at Bell, I have been given the opportunity to explore 3 different roles, with the help and support of great leaders. The exposure to Bell’s executive team, along with the networks you build cross-functionally throughout the organization, is definitely something I found most rewarding and valuable. Best moment I would say is working with the grads! It is so rewarding to help individuals through their careers, and become great leaders. Knowing I had a hand in recruiting top talent is a great feeling for me.

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Lillian, an Electrical Engineering major/Mathematics minor at the University of Windsor asks:
“Hi, I graduated October 2015. Am I still eligible for the Graduate Leadership program?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Lillian. Yes, you do qualify for the Graduate Leadership Program. The requirement is a graduation date within 2 years of the application period. Our applications will begin in September 2016.

Comment From Paola, major in economics at Concordias university (Montreal)
Do you have also opportunities for people who just recently graduated in economics? The program ATO works for me?

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Paola, great question. For an economics grad the finance program would not be the right fit since eligibility includes having completing specific finance courses. I would instead look into the Consumer Markets and Media program. This program looks for candidates with diverse backgrounds, including economics and allows you rotate within different parts of the business before you decide where you want to lead.

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Sepideh, a graduate from Humber College (post-grad Research Analyst certificate) asks:
“What do I need to start a career in customer analytics?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Sepideh, thanks for your question. For a career in customer analytics you would need a university degree. We’re also looking for talented and driven people looking to challenge the status quo and take risks. Our analytics environment is very fast paced so experience with SQL, Teradata or other analytical tools such as SAS won’t go unnoticed .

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Sohail, an Economics/Finance major at Ted Rogers School of Management asks:
“What are some current internship opportunities at Bell?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Sohail. We currently have all of our summer opportunities posted on our website. Some examples include positions in Municipal Relations, Network Provisioning, Product Management, and Technical Support. We also have an internship program that is geared towards students in their 3rd year of university. This 12 week internship program helps you become a consultant in one of our business units and provides advanced eligibility into one of our Graduate Leadership Programs. The recruitment for our 3rd year internship program begins in November 2016.

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Athena asks:
“How many people do you end up hiring for the summer internships in Toronto?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi Athena! Great name btw. We typically hire 75 interns for our structured summer internships. We also have summer positions available outside the internship so I would check here to see what’s available.

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We have time for a couple more questions!

Amy asks:
“How often do you visit campuses? Will you be visiting McGill University?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Amy, funny you ask – we will be at McGill this week 🙂 Come visit us at Desautel Case Competition from Friday April 1st – Saturday April 2nd. We’re hosting a presentation on Bell’s grad program as well as providing recruiting/interviewing tips. Also, we visit campuses throughout the year. Some of our peak times would be in September for the 2017 Graduate Leadership Program, and November when we recruit for our Internship program.

Comment From Lina
What advice do you have for people who want to advance their career at Bell?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Lina. Thanks for joining the chat today! The best way to advance your career at Bell is through one of our Graduate Leadership Programs. These programs really kick start your career by joining a fast-paced environment from Day 1. Depending on what your area of interest is, there could be some grad programs that are more suitable for you. I would encourage you to take a look at our Campus to Career website which highlights our 7 grad programs and what they entail. While each program structure is different, the common elements includes being paired with a mentor at the executive level, a peer-to-peer support network and executive commitment to helping you grow your career long term at Bell.

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Jamelia asks:
“What are you looking for when you read a resume and cover letter?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Jamelia. Since we are recruiting for our next generation of leaders, we place a lot of emphasis on leadership and teamwork capabilities. This can be either through work experience or extracurricular activities. We also want to learn more about you so your cover letter is a chance for you to tell us your story! Important tip: Always make sure you re-read and check your resume for spelling or grammatical errors.

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Kelechi, a Mechanical Engineering major at McGill University asks:
“As an international graduate student, what are my chances of securing a position with Bell Canada?”

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Hi Kelechi. You definitely can secure a position with Bell as long as you have a valid working permit. We have had many students/grads in our programs that are international candidates.

Comment From Michael
How would you assess someone’s extracurriculars – would you count it as work experience? I was the treasurer for my student association and I want to know how to position this info. Thanks.

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Hi Michael – thanks for your question! We value extracurricular experience very highly because these types of activities showcase time management, initiative, leadership, and passion! As a Treasurer, you probably have a lot of experience working with numbers, working with your colleagues to gather information, and manage multiple priorities. These are the skills that we always look for so I would position your accountabilities and also your results that you achieved during your time in this position.

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Ryan, a Computer Engineering major at McMaster University asks:
“How do you think Canada’s Network and Communication needs will change in the next five to ten years?”

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hey Ryan. Great question. This landscape is constantly changing; we’ve seen some amazing innovations over the past few years with fibre to the home and the launch of Gigabyte Fibe in Toronto. Projects from other companies such as Google’s Project Loom will continue to shape communication and network landscape.

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That’s all the time we have for today! Thanks everyone for your egg-cellent questions.

I think we covered a ton of ground today – hopefully you’ve all taken away some useful information about Bell’s awesome career opportunities 🙂

A very special thanks to Patricia, Diana, and Bnita – the past hour just flew by! Anything to say before we wrap up?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition @ Bell
Thanks for joining today! It was awesome to see all of the great questions. We hope you had a great time learning more about Bell and our students & new grad opportunities. Hope to chat with you again soon!

Comment From Diana Soumbalis – Manager, Leadership Development @ Bell
Thank you for joining us today! It has been an exciting hour with you all, with some great questions. I hope you found this experience valuable 🙂

Comment From Bnita Kochhar – Leadership Development Specialist @ Bell
Hi everyone, thanks so much for joining and all these amazing questions! You really made this last hour of the day flow by . As I mentioned earlier I am currently a grad with Bell’s Consumer Markets and Media Program and would highly recommend this program to new grads really looking for opportunities that challenge the status quo. You’re given real responsibilities right from day one and have lots of face time with execs who want to hear your recommendations and work with you to improve Bell! Thanks again 🙂

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