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- Career Opportunities
I worked at Radio Flyer as an intern (less than an year)Pros
Mentorship: Each intern is paired with a mentor who gives them projects straight off of their own to-do list so the work I received was important and implemented immediately.
Inclusive Culture: The working environment is great--people work hard and are serious about the jobs, but the company has a lot of fun too. Interns are included in all aspects of the job from company meetings, to anniversary parties giving a great opportunity to better understand the real world working environment.
Technical Skill Support: I learned a ton in my position about prototyping--gaining experience in the state of the art model shop, the manufacturing process--listening in on calls with the tooling and manufacturing company and even traveling to the rotomolding manufacturer, SolidWorks--creating and modifying CAD files for prototypes and costing, and about the different roles in the product design process--how a mechanical engineer's work interacts with the industrial designer, quality assessment, etc.Cons
The only Con for me was the city itself. Born and raised a country girl I had a hard time adjusting to the traffic, but even that was manageable once I started biking into workAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Keep up the great work! Maybe some non-pink girls toys (says the feminist in me)???RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Radio Flyer.Interview Details
Went through the resume drop and was selected to participate for an online interview. It was a one hour interview, just one-on-one. The interview took place on campus in the business school building. The interview with one person, questions were behavioral and marketing based. Interview wasn't too difficult, it just wasn't the right fit.Interview Questions
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In 1917, Antonio Pasin started Radio Flyer with the dream to "bring joy to every boy and every girl". Today, the Radio Flyer family continues that tradition by building safe, quality toys that spark imagination and inspire active play. From the original little red wagon to our current wagons, tricycles, scooters, and other ride-ons, our toys bring smiles to children and...
Mission: To bring smiles to kids of all ages and to create warm memories that last a lifetime.
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