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    Great company, but didn't gain much experience as an intern

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    Former Employee - Engineering Intern
    Former Employee - Engineering Intern

    I worked at Trek Bicycle


    So many cool benefits
    Taking a break from work to workout
    Cool people
    Relatively chill environment


    The pay was much lower than what my peers were making at other internships

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    GIve you interns projects where they can actually learn something. I already know how to recycle cardboard.


Trek Bicycle Interviews

Updated Oct 21, 2014
Updated Oct 21, 2014

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    Project Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Waterloo, WI
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Waterloo, WI
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Trek Bicycle.

    Interview Details

    First started off with a phone interview with the person from HR who was in charge of hiring this position. She asked a lot lot lot of questions about my current positions. One tip is to only put things in your current job descriptions on your resume that pertains to the position you are applying for. To be honest, after getting off the phone I thought for sure I was not going to get another interview. Questions were a bit odd and a lot of concern about my current position and what it had in common with what I would be doing at Trek.

    I received a call 3 days later for a second (in person) interview. I did a lot of research on the company prior to attending the second interview. The day of the interview I showed up 20 minutes early... and was brought back right on time. I received a tour of the amazing facility by the same HR representative I spoke to during the first interview. I then met with 7 different individuals that I would be working with. They all focused on asking me about concerns that they had with how my current position would relate to the position at Trek. Do not be afraid to address concerns they have. I think it was great that they were able to address these concerns right away, so I wasn't shocked later on. After several hours of interviewing they offered me to stay for lunch, which I decided to pass on- looking back I should have taken them up on the offer. After leaving I felt confident that I blew the interview out of the water!

    I followed up with thank you letters to each individual that were hand written and personalized. I had not heard anything by the date they promised (2 weeks later)... and thought that maybe I did not get the position. I emailed to HR representative to follow up and was informed they were still making a decision. 4 days later I received an email from the director who asked me to address some concerns she had with my previous positions. We set up a third interview on the phone so I could chat through some of her concerns and I asked her several follow up questions about what she wanted from me and how her concerns may hinder my role.

    The next day I was offered the position. Trek goes through this intense interview process for a good reason. They want to make sure they have the right people for the right positions. I came in the the position knowing how to avoid some of the concerns they had, which was great and I learned what was expected of me within the roll.


    Interview Questions
    • On a scale from 1- 10 how happy are you?
      On a scale from 1-10 how smart do you think you are?
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    Negotiation Details
    no room for negotiation
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

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Additional Info

Headquarters Waterloo, WI
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1976
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Headquartered in Waterloo, Wisconsin, Trek Bicycle Corporation is a global leader in bicycle design and manufacturing. From the original hand-built steel touring frames introduced in 1976 to the revolutionary OCLV Carbon first introduced in 1992, Trek’s passion for innovation, quality, and performance leads the industry with next-generation thinking and cutting-edge technology. Today, with a broad range of bicycles and cycling products under the Trek, Gary Fisher, Bontrager brand names, Trek continues to pursue new ways to bring the joy of cycling to all people.

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