Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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interviewed at Corning in March 2014.
Applied through college website. Took 5 weeks. HR asked me to apply on company's website. Took 3.5 weeks, got invited for phone interview. Conference call with four senior managers. I already had other internship offers, so I told HR to get back to me quickly. Got offered the internship 2 hrs after the interview. Praise Jesus!
- What are your three greatest strengths? What is the most interesting course you took in college? Which course was the least interesting? Answer Question
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I applied online – interviewed at Corning.
Hours of testing
- testing after the interview Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Corning (Philadelphia, PA) in May 2011.
It was good.
- Where do you see yourself in the future. Answer Question
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The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Corning (Taipei (Taiwan)) in April 2014.
They first ask for a self-introduction followed by several questions about the resume (including course works, extracurricular activities, leaderships...) better prepare some stories for each line of your resume. After the questions about your resume they start to describe the intern project and seek out whether you have interest in it. Finally, they are open for questions about the company, so preparing some questions are also important.
- what is your strengh Answer Question
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