Final Round Interview

Filed in Finding a Job, Interviewing by on March 24, 2011

So I did it! I’m done with my final round interview! It’s such a relieving feeling.

Everything went much more smoothly than I was expecting. ūüôā¬†I was one of¬†four candidates. Our day started with a briefing from one of the employees in HR about what to expect for the day. Then, they placed each of us in a separate room and we had four, back to back, 30 minute¬†interviews. Even though we were interviewed by upper level management, the conversations went very smoothly; they were all very down to earth and easy to talk to. Each person gave me a series of behavioral based questions and then at the end we had time to just talk. I have to say,¬†all of the¬†projects and group work at WPI gave me a lot to talk about and I felt like I had a thorough answer to each question.

After that we met up in a group again and we were given a tour of the building by somone currently in FLP – that’s what I’m applying for, the Future Leader’s Program. The building was really nice and our “tour guide” was actually a WPI grad from last year who was an Orientation Leader with me.

I’m feeling much more confident now. I feel like the interview went really well and it cleared up most of the concerns or uncertanties I had. So now it’s time to wait – for two weeks. They said they would tell us if we had an offer or not within that timeframe. It feels really far away, but I know that it truthfully is a really fast turn around. Wish me luck!

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Hi everyone! My name is Kelly and I'm from Andover, MA. I'm a senior in Mechanical Engineering, and it's my second year as a Peer Advisor for WPI's Career Development Center. I'm also in one of the sororities on campus, Phi Sigma Sigma, and a part of EPICS (Engineering Projects In Community Service). I'm going to be keeping you updated on my senior year and what I'm doing to figure out my life after college (jobs, grad school, etc). Enjoy!

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