Office Hours: The Experts At Bell Discuss Their Top Internship Opportunities

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Internships are a vital part of a student’s educational experience. Not only is it a chance to put your classroom skills to work in a practical environment, it’s an opportunity to work with industry professionals and test the waters in a new role.

Bell’s internships take it a step further – they’ve created several different programs each with unique rotational components to ensure that students get the most out of their time with the company.

On December 1st, the experts at Bell joined us for Office Hours and answered internship-related career questions from students. If you missed out on the event, we have the full transcript for you below. Check it out!


 

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Hello everyone – Office Hours with Bell will begin promptly at 4 p.m. ET. Stay tuned!

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Good afternoon, and welcome to Office Hours with Bell! My name is Veronica and I’m egg-cited to be moderating today’s chat.

For those of you joining us, thanks for taking the time to be here. Today, we’ll be discussing Bell’s outstanding internship programs with our knowledgeable guests experts.

We’ve received a lot of great questions in advance, and if you have already submitted yours, you can sit back and enjoy the chat.

If you haven’t submitted a question, or you would like to ask additional questions, send yours in at any time over the next 60 minutes. We’ll do our best to answer as many as possible!

Before we start, let’s introduce our guest experts from Bell. Could you introduce yourselves?

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi there! I am Patricia. I started my career at Bell in September 2012 after graduating from the Schulich School of Business. I joined Bell through the Bell Consumer Markets & Media Graduate Leadership Program. I’ve completed business rotations in Mobility Consumer Pricing, Leadership Development, and Residential Base Marketing. Right now, I support and lead the campus recruitment strategy at Bell.

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
My name is Ted, I am a graduate from UofT in Economics and Employment Relationships. I was an intern in the summer of 2014 and started again full-time in September. I am going into a rotation in Proactive strategy from January, super excited! Looking forward to all your questions!

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi there! I’m Tania Crump and I manage Intern and New Graduate programs at Bell. I’m responsible for the support of grads within the programs and involvement in recruitment activities. I’m excited to help answer your questions!

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi everyone! My name is Layla and I am currently in the Consumer Markets and Media Graduate Leadership Program at Bell. I am currently in my first business rotation in a Projects and Marketing role. I started at Bell as a summer intern last year and began my full-time in the rotation program this past June. I have had a great experience in the program so far and am looking forward to answering your questions today!

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Egg-cellent! Let’s begin.

Sanel, an Accounting major at Western University asks:
“What accounting/finance related opportunities are available at Bell?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Thanks for your question, Sanel! We have co-op and internship positions that are in accounting and finance. Those positions will be posted throughout the year, and any summer positions will be posted in the Spring of 2016. Check the Western job portal and Bell.ca website often as new positions are posted. We also have a full time grad program in our Finance team that is an approved training office, where you can obtain your CPA designation at the end of the 3 year program.

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Susanna, a student at the University of British Columbia asks:
“Could you describe the daily work routine?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Great question Susanna! My team is very cross-functional so my day often consists of meetings where I collaborate with others teams in the business. I also spend a lot of time working on projects. Some of the projects I have done in my new rotation include conducting a deep dive analysis on a new outbound calling campaign and coming up with marketing solutions for my team’s specific projects. I have gotten the opportunity to present my work to executives in the business, which has been a great experience. In my role I am constantly learning and developing my skill set.

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Wenli, a Business Administration major at the University of Toronto asks:
“How does Bell evaluate their interns’ success?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Wenli! Interns are assessed on several measures to ensure a well-rounded approach to measuring success. This includes: teamwork, consulting projects, customer service metrics and overall efforts to join in.

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Yu, a Sociology major at Memorial University asks:
“What sets Bell’s internships apart from other internships?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Yu. This program is really unique from other internship programs out there. 40% of your time will be spent working on a real life consulting project. You’ll be working on this throughout the 12 week internship with other interns in your group. The project is designed for you to develop your consulting skills in a work environment that encourages collaboration, teamwork and critical thinking. You’ll be able to sell your ideas at the end of the summer to our executive team. The summer program has a lot of opportunities for networking and teambuilding which is a lot of fun! As a bonus, you’ll get August off.

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Mohamed, a Business Administration major at the University of Waterloo asks:
“When should I start applying for the internships at Bell?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Great question Mohamed – internship postings are closing soon on Friday, December 4th. You can find our postings on the Bell website and on the Bell TalentEgg page. Make sure to get your application in on time!

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Ila, a Business Administration major at the University of Calgary asks:
“Where are your internships located?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Ila – thanks for your inquiry! All Bell internship programs are located within the GTA. However, we accept applications from across Canada! We’ve had interns from Nova Scotia to BC join us in the GTA for the summer opportunities. Further, the internship programs can lead to permanent roles that are located across the country!

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John, a student at George Brown College asks:
“How many people apply to Bell’s internships each year and how many get accepted?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi John! Each year we receive about 600-700 applications for our internship programs. We are hiring for a total of 75 interns. They are split across each of the programs: 45 for Consumer Markets and Media, 15 for Customer Operations, 10 for Field Operations and 5 for Field Business Intelligence.

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Olivia, a student at Memorial University asks:
“What are some of the benefits for students working at Bell?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Happy to answer your question Olivia. Some of the benefits for new grads at Bell include the fact that we have a fantastic grad community. The grads often get together for social outings and we leverage each others’ knowledge throughout our rotations. The culture here is extremely supportive and we get tons of opportunities and exposure to executives in the business. The Graduate Leadership Program at Bell truly help to build our skills portfolio and develop us as future leaders.

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Natalie asks:
“Are all these jobs in-office positions?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Natalie, thanks for the question! To answer your question, yes all our positions will be in office. We have multiple locations depending on your team, but we have our two main offices that most grads will work out of.

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Ramsha, a Digital Business Management major at Humber College asks:
“What types of opportunities are available at Bell for students? How can we prepare for the hiring process?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Ramsha! There are tons of opportunities available for students at Bell. These include our summer internship program for 3rd year students and our Graduate Leadership Programs for new grads. You can learn more about these opportunities here. We look for people who are passionate, team players and who have a desire to learn and grow with us! Depending on which program you apply to, be prepared for a Behavioural and/or case interview either on campus or at a Bell office. The behavioural interview helps share your past experience and the case interview tests analytics, time management, and your creativity to solve business problems. The best way to prepare for these is to do your research, be prepared to explain why you would be a great fit for Bell, and to do your research on the company.

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Jackie, an English major at the University of Calgary asks:
“Which internship would be best for someone like me? I’m an English major who has retail and server experience.”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Jackie. Great question! I think the Consumer Markets and Media intern program would be best suitable for your experience and skill set! We have had successful interns come through this program with retail and customer service experience, like yourself, and I would encourage you to apply for this program. Leverage the experience in your cover letter and resume by highlighting what you learned from those positions. The Consumer Markets and Media intern program also hires a diverse group of candidates from a wide array of educational backgrounds, so your English degree can be a huge asset to the team!

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Mikaela asks:
“Do you have formal mentorship programs? And how do they work?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Mikaela – great question! Employees involved in the Bell Internship and Grad Programs are given a variety of mentoring, including peer mentoring from grads who are further ahead in the program, from Senior Managers and Directors, from the program support teams and even some mentorship from our Executive team. There is plenty of mentoring, advice and feedback given to all employees within the intern programs!

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Shauna asks:
“What kinds of extracurriculars should I put on my resume?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for the question Shauna – I would say always try and pursue what you are interested first! Try joining a club that you will actually be passionate and fun being in. Holding leadership positions is always a plus to learn about your leadership style, and have experience working in teams. Branching out of your comfort zone also shows you are a risk taker and open to new ideas/opportunities.

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Leah asks:
“What are some of the questions we can expect in the interview?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Leah – great prep question! The recruit process involves two interviews: The first involves a virtual interview that will consist of behavioural questions (nothing that will catch you off guard – don’t worry!). These questions will probe on your past work and school experience and allow us to get to know you better. The second interview also involves behavioural questions as well as a case study. The best way to prepare for the case portion is to practice – you can find business cases online or review past cases that you’ve studied in school.

TalentEgg
Don’t be intimidated by the application and interview process! Here are some top tips from Bell’s recruitment team.

Jaspreet Khatra, a student at University of Toronto Scarborough asks:
“I want to pursue CPA Designation. What opportunities are available at Bell for the same?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Jaspreet! We post co-op opportunities in our finance and accounting team throughout the year. You can also contact grad.program@bell.ca to learn about our co-op opportunities.

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Kai, a Music major at the University of Western Ontario asks:
“How often do interns get hired after they finish their programs?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for the question Kai – we have a 92% offer acceptance rate for intern program. As long as you fit the requirements/succeed, you’ll be evaluated for full time opportunities!

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Merina asks:
“What is the best way to make a strong impression with a recruiter?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Merina – thanks for the thoughtful question. The best way to make a strong impression on recruiters is first and foremost to be yourself! Recruiters are always looking for sincerity. Of course, ensure that you do your research before attending recruitment events or interviews – show that you know a bit about the company and industry and prepare good questions. Further, don’t be shy about showing your passion!

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Want to learn more about Bell? Explore their Employer Page on TalentEgg.

Natalie asks:
“What’s the most popular type of internship at Bell?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Natalie, great question – Each program offers a unique experience depending on the type of work and therefore all programs are considered important to the business.

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Iris, a Business Administration major from the Schulich School or Business asks:
“If a student has a lower than average GPA, what other qualities would you look for to consider him/her as a qualifying candidate for your internship opportunities?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Iris. During our recruitment process, we look at GPA in addition to looking at your application as a whole. Your resume will help highlight what types of experiences you have had in the past, both work and extracurricular. This is a great channel to help highlight successes in these areas! We also take a look at your cover letter and why you want to join Bell. I would recommend using the cover letter to tell us your story and what your proudest accomplishments are. Hope this helps!

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Curtis asks:
“I don’t know much about technology. Will I still be considered for this program?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for the question Curtis – Of course! This is not a prerequisite for the job. If you understand and have a passion for technology, that’s definitely a bonus however we understand that technology can be a new space for some applicants. Even if you are not very well versed with the tech space, all our grads will learn from the ground up about the business, starting with the customers.

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Valerie, a Commerce student at the University of Toronto asks:
“What is your applicant screening process like?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Valerie! The application process is broken down into 4 steps. 1. First, submit your application on bell.ca website – you will need to include your resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript. 2. Those eligible move onto video screening. This is a really cool step where you can record answers to questions on your own time! You’ll see the questions on the screen and have 1-2 minutes to answer the questions via webcam. This is where we get to learn more about you and why you’re interested in applying to Bell 3. The third step is a behavioural and case interview either on campus at your university or at a Bell office. Behavioural interviews help us learn more about you and you can share your past experience. The case interview tests your analytical skills, time management, and your creativity to solve business problems. 4. The last step are work based assessments for us to learn more about you and your work style!

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This seems like a great time for our poll!

What aspect of Bell’s internship programs are you most interested in learning about today?
  • What a typical day looks like in the program ( 7% )
  • How to stand out during the hiring process ( 66% )
  • Career growth opportunities ( 27% )

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We’re halfway through, TalentEgg-ers. Keep those questions coming!

Kiara asks:
“What if I’m interested in applying to more than one program?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for the questions Kiara! You can apply to a maximum of 2 programs. It’s really good if you take the time to understand the key differences between each program and understand which program(s) you are most interested in to tailor your resume and cover letter. This way there is a good match between the requirements and your skill set. Applying for more does not always increase your odds!

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George, an Urban Planning major at Ryerson University asks:
“Which educational backgrounds are more likely to get picked for these internships?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi George, thanks for your question – we do not have a specific educational background that we look for in our internships, any majors are welcome! We are looking for a diverse range of educational backgrounds as we look more to experience and fit – we have hired engineering, business, arts, science, math, computer science students in the past.

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Mischa, an English major at the University of Winnipeg asks:
“What kinds of jobs will your interns be qualified for after the program?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for your question Mischa! We have three different summer internship programs through which you can qualify for their respective grad program. These programs are: 1) Consumer Markets and Media Grad Program (rotational program spanning 18-24 months) 2) Business Intelligence Grad Program (non-rotational) 3) Field Operations Grad Program (rotational program spanning 30-36 months)

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Jaden, an Economics and Philosophy double major at the University of Toronto asks:
“What are a few key aspects we should keep in mind when trying to climb the career ladder?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Jaden – great question! I feel that the best thing you can possibly do is to take every opportunity you can to learn – be curious! Further, never assume that your learning is done – the strongest CEO’s are those who are consciously learning every day.

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Alisha, a Business Administration (Accounting) major at the University of Guelph asks:
“What do you look for in a cover letter?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Alisha, Your cover letter is a great opportunity for you to highlight why you are interested in Bell and why you’re applying to that particular program. It’s a great way for you to highlight what inspires you about Bell. Think of the cover letter as a story, and the resume as the executive summary – we want to know your whole story and the resume is a supplement! You can also highlight what your proudest accomplishment has been at work or at school.

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Walid, a Business Administration major asks:
“Do you need to be in school to be accepted into the program? Do you accept new graduates?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Thanks for your question, Walid. Our intern programs are targeted towards 3rd year University students (or those who are completing their 2nd last year of their program). For those who have graduated, we have a variety of New Grad programs that are open to anyone who is about to complete their degree or has in the past 2 years. More information on the programs can be found on our Careers site 🙂

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Uniqa asks:
“What’s the difference between your grad leadership program and your internships?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Uniqa. Thanks for your question! The internship programs are a 12 week consulting experience in one of three areas: Consumer Markets and Media, Business Intelligence and Field Operations. It’s a great way for you to learn more about the company and our customers before joining full time in the grad program. Each of the intern programs have a corresponding full time program that is either rotational or non-rotational. For example, the Consumer Markets and Media intern program would be a funnel into the Consumer Markets and Media grad program which is a rotational program that is 18-24 months in length. The Field Operations intern program would lead into the Field Leadership Program which is a 3 year rotational program. The Business Intelligence intern program leads into the Business Intelligence (Customer Operations or Field Operations) grad program which is where you start your career as a data scientist from Day 1!

TalentEgg
Bell is a fantastic place to grow as a professional. This video offers you an inside look at the process – check it out!

Jessica asks:
“After an interview, what would you consider an appropriate period of time before following up? What is the line between being persistent and being annoying?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Jessica –great question! There is nothing wrong with following up soon after an interview to reiterate your interest in a role. Sending a thank you note that explains your interest in the role is always appreciated either the day of or after an interview. It’s also completely acceptable to reach out if you haven’t heard back from the recruiter by the date they had said they would follow up. Of course, if you have further questions about the role/company before this date, don’t hesitate to reach out to get some insights! 🙂

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Parin, a student at the University of British Columbia asks:
“Does Bell offer analytics / data science internships?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Parin, thanks for your question – Yes we do, if you are interested in data science the internship in Business Intelligence (in customer operations or field) would be perfect for you! It will focus heavily on quantitative analysis to provide insights for many areas of the business. We encourage students with an engineering or computer science background to apply, but the application is open to all students.

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Jessica, a Criminology major asks:
“Are there any benefits to the internship positions?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Jessica. There are tons! The internship provides you with opportunities to network with Bell executives, present a consulting project, and shadow grads who are in the Graduate Leadership Program. There are also charity events and social activities that take place throughout the course of the summer. These provide valuable opportunities to make a positive impact in the community and get to know people in the business. Having gone through the internship program myself, I can definitely vouch for the fact that it is an outstanding opportunity for learning and personal growth. As well, interns get the opportunity to qualify for a full time position upon completion of the program.

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Ose, a Systems and Computer Engineering major at Carleton University asks:
“What type of internship opportunities does Bell offer? What experience do you gain?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Ose. We have 4 internship programs posted right now – Consumer Markets and Media, Customer Operations Business Intelligence, Field Operations and Field Operations Business Intelligence. Outside of these designated programs, other summer and internship opportunities will be posted in the Spring of 2016 based on the need of the business. The job applications are due by this Friday December 4th so please make sure you submit your application in time! Thanks for your question.

TalentEgg
Click here for some additional information on Bell’s career opportunities for students.

Ami asks:
“Thanks for answering our questions! I was wondering if any of you have done the internship here before and what you thought about it?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Ami, great question! I was an intern in 2014 with Layla, we were the first cohort of the internship program at Bell. Speaking from my experience, I had an awesome summer! Working on the consulting project and collecting data from the call centre really allowed me to understand the customers and the whole business. The consulting project was a great way to learn how we tackle issues at Bell, and the project allows us to have awesome exposure from directors and all the way up to our Executive Vice President. Aside from work, we have many team bonding activities and socials, such as a Bell media day where we visit the set for TV shows! And finally, you create a great relationship with the leadership team and fellow interns – we are a very close knit team and have a blast!

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Baliya, an Arts & Humanities major at the University of Toronto asks:
“Do you require transcripts of our grades? If we do provide them, does it give us an advantage?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Baliya! Thanks for tuning into the Office Hours chat with Bell. As part of the application process, we do require a copy of your official or unofficial transcript – whatever is easier for your to obtain! We look at the transcripts to confirm that you have met the minimum requirements of your program, as well as to learn more about your course selection! We do not have a minimum GPA requirement, as we look at your resume, cover letter, and transcript all as an entire application package.

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Jenny asks:
“What is your advice for someone who is nervous for the interview?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Jenny. My advice is to plan and prepare ahead of time – try and have an idea as to how you would answer different types of questions and be ready to display why you would be a great fit for the program. Remember to incorporate the STAR method when answering behavioural questions (Situation, Task, Action, Result). Many people find mock interviews with their school’s career advisors/friends to be very helpful for easing nerves. Getting a good night’s sleep and eating breakfast the day of the interview are also important tips for helping you to feel mentally and physically prepared.

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Parin Shah asks:
“What is the difference between Field and Customer Operations business intelligence programs?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Hi Parin – happy to offer some insights! Both programs allow you to act as an internal consultant throughout the summer and interns from both will participate in the same events. The difference is the business area: The Field Intern program has a focuses on the operations in the Field (for example, what are technicians are working on in the community) and people management. The Consumer Markets and Media Intern Program has a focus on the needs of our customers who are calling into the call centres and how we can make things better for them. Intern programs have the potential to lead you into one of our Grad Programs (e.g Field Intern program = Field Grad Program), so it’s important to consider which grad program you may wish to participate in once you’ve completed your degree.

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Maria asks:
“Can intern students get full-time work with Bell after?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Hi Maria, thanks for the question – yes we do have full time opportunities available after the internship. If we believe you are the right fit and perform during the internship, we will extend a full-time offer in the Graduate Leadership Program (GLP). If you join the other internships, you will also be eligible full-time in their respective departments.

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We have time for a few more questions, everyone!

Geoff asks:
“Do you help students relocate?”

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for your question Geoff! Employee relocation is generally handled on a case-by-case basis.

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Mikaela asks:
“I’m not sure which internship program is right for me. If I submitted my application for one, would you consider placing me in a different program if I was a good fit?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Mikaela! This is a great question. I would encourage you to apply to a maximum of 2 programs and use the job description as a checklist for your skills and credentials. While we try our best to match applicants to certain programs if they have not applied to it, we receive a lot of applications so we cannot always guarantee that we can streamline your one application to other intern programs. You could also connect with your career centre to confirm which programs are best suitable for your skills and interests.

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Eliran, a Mechanical Engineering major at Cape Breton University asks:
“Are there Mechanical Engineering co-op opportunities at Bell?”

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Hi Eliran. We certainly do have mechanical engineering co-op opportunities. We post the co-op opportunities periodically throughout the year. You can also contact grad.program@bell.ca to learn about our co-op opportunities.

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Shauna asks:
“What kinds of extracurriculars should I put on my resume?”

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for the question Shauna – I would say always try and pursue what you are interested first! Try joining a club that you will actually be passionate and fun being in. Holding leadership positions is always a plus to learn about your leadership style, and have experience working in teams. Branching out of your comfort zone also shows you are a risk taker and open to new ideas/opportunities.

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Cassandra, a student at NAIT asks:
“How do you decide who to hire for the internship?”

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
Thanks for the question, Cassandra. We determine who is hired through our recruitment process: 1. Submit your application on bell.ca website – resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript 2. Those eligible move onto video screening – you’ll see the questions on the screen and have 1-2 minutes to answer the questions via webcam. This is where we get to learn more about you and why you’re interested in applying to Bell 3. Behavioural and case interview either on campus or at a Bell office. Behavioural interview helps share your past experience and case interview tests analytics, time management, and your creativity to solve business problems. Thanks so much!

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That’s all the time we have for today’s event. Thanks for submitting such great questions, everyone!

We’ve covered a lot of topics over the last 60 minutes. Hopefully you now have all the information you need to succeed in Bell’s internship program.

I’d like to thanks our guest experts for their fantastic insights today. Anything you’d like to say before we wrap up?

Comment From Ted Machizawa – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for all your questions, really awesome to see students that are interested in our opportunities! Hopefully we were able to answer your questions. Have an awesome Tuesday, and hope you apply for Bell in the near future! Cheers, Ted

Comment From Tania Crump – Manager, Leadership Development at Bell
This was a lot of fun – thank you for all of your great questions! Please check out our site for more insights into our internship and grad opportunities. All the best as you close up the semester!

Comment From Layla Hussain – Project Specialist at Bell
Thanks for joining us today everyone! It was great getting to answer your questions. We hope you enjoyed it and that you gained a better understanding of internship opportunities :)!

Comment From Patricia Melville – Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Bell
Thanks for joining the chat today – the questions were great! Please remember the deadline for the applications is this Friday December 4th. Feel free to send an email to grad.program@bell.ca if you have any questions about the application or recruitment process. We look forward to reviewing your application! Have a great week ahead.

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If you’re ready to apply to Bell’s internship programs, you may do so on their Employer Page. Be sure to check it regularly for new opportunities!

We’ll also be posting a transcript of this chat shortly, so you can re-visit any info you might have missed!

Keep an eye out for future Office Hours events on our page. Thanks again for being here – have an egg-cellent afternoon!

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