Cargill hires hundreds of students and recent graduates for summer, internship, co-op and entry-level jobs across Canada each year in many areas, including sales, accounting, operations, engineering, marketing, agronomy, management and quality assurance.
In this video interview, the first of three, a recent Electrical Engineering grad explains the application and interview process he experienced with OPG while he completed his last semester at the University of Ottawa.
Scholarships, bursaries, grants, and awards are often called “free money” because they provide students with interest-free funds that don’t need to be paid back. Maximize your scholarship hunting potential with these helpful tips and tricks.
Writing your research statement is a crucial part to the graduate school application process. While there are no hard and fast rules for successful applications, these tips should guide you through writing and tailoring your research statements for each program and school.
Over at The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl, there’s a recent guest post which tells job hunters exactly how not to start their cover letters (and I’m sure we’ve all been guilty of this at one time or another).
Of course, just like politics – and yes, even sex – religion is bound to come up as you get to know people. It’s human nature. But there are so many things which make the current job market tough for students and new grads, there’s no need to give recruiters another reason to pass over your application.
Daniel’s post yesterday about doing internships after graduation is right on the money. However, I would encourage everyone to consider an internship even before they’re “stuck” because competition for internships can be fierce in certain industries!Yesterday was the first of many holiday get-togethers that will be happening in my extended family over the next few weeks. […]
You should never under estimate the power of timing. For a baseball player timing can mean the difference between a home run and a strikeout. For a golfer, it could be the difference between a birdie and a par. And for a new grad, timing could mean the difference between landing that dream job and well, not.