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Mechanical Engineering Intern Interview

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Easy Interview

Application

I applied through college or university. The process took a weekinterviewed at Naval Surface Warfare Center (Philadelphia, PA) in August 2009.

Interview

This position was filled via a diversity program that matches college students with government jobs. I submitted my resume and filled out an application sometime in January. In March, I received a phone call from the supervisor of the position asking if I was still interested. I was and from there I was transferred to the HR division and I filled out the paperwork needed for the position. Since it was a government position, the process is pretty lengthy. At the end of the semester, I started my internship.

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  • Why did you choose mechanical engineering as a degree?   Answer Question

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Interns in this program are paid through the program. There was no negotiating of the salary.

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