Dow Corning knows about cooperation. The company began as a joint venture of chemical titan Dow and glass giant Corning in 1943 and ranks among the longest-lasting partnerships of its kind in the US. Dow Corning produces more than 7,000 silicone-based products such as adhesives, insulating materials, and lubricants for aerospace, automotive, and electrical uses. Because silicone does not conduct electricity, it is also used in its hard polycrystalline form (silicon) as the material on which semiconductors are built. Its products are also used in the production of...
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Mechanical Engineer at Dow Corning (student candidate)
Accepted Offer – Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Interview Details – Conducted on campus-interview. Did not get a chance to meet with them at Career Fair but they liked my resume online and invited me to interview with them. The interview was very straightforward and I did not have much trouble connecting with him. It was a smooth process and have no complaints at… – Full Interview
Basic questions about my resume and talked about myself in general. Very laid back interview and interviewer was very nice and approachable. – Answer Question