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These days, future MBAs learn more in the classroom than accounting and marketing. Many prestigious business schools now offer courses in interviewing, career planning, and networking as part of their regular curricula.
At the start of each recruiting season, we publish some of the surprising questions we discover are still being used by interviewers.
Now more than ever, recruiters must be educated before they arrive on-campus. Such training should include techniques for understanding and responding to the growing diversity among students.
On-campus interviews provide a great opportunity for companies to make an impression on soon-to-be graduates entering the workforce.
Most college recruiters search for some evidence of initiative in candidates. If you don't find examples, could you say the person lacks initiative?
In a seminar for a company's college recruiters, our client introduced our program by quoting research from the College Placement Council on student attitudes about interviewing.