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    Apprentice Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Interview Details

    You interview with the local union of your area then get randomly sent to a contractor. It is luck of the draw getting picked up by a good shop. Large shops have some benefits that small shops don't.

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    Project Engineer Trainee Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Cupertino, CA
    Anonymous Employee in Cupertino, CA
    Application Details

    The process took 5 daysinterviewed at Cupertino Electric in January 2009.

    Interview Details

    Actually interviewed in Summer of 2007
    Interviewed on campus (1 on 1) was asked to come to Cupertino to talk to 3-4 people. HR mgr showed me around the office and shop. Met with head of estimating (your first department as a trainee), operations guy, and head of San Francisco office. Then met with president of company. All were very interesting and the interview felt low pressure and nice. I have an electrical background, this is a very technical company, so if you know nothing about electrical, it's probably not a great fit for you.
    Process took all day 8-5. Was actually fun (for an interview).

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    • How would you wire this conference room   View Answer
    Reasons for Declining

    Decided that I didn't want to live in Silicon Valley. Wish I had made the move now that the economic depression is upon us.

    Declined Offer
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