In my information systems class, we were assigned to research a company and determine if there is a system that could help make the company better. As the team lead, I selected my university's dining services and connected with their IT department. After learning of their current systems, we researched and determined a software provider that specializes in university dining. We found that with a specific package, it would reduce costs, improve efficiency, and centralize the flow of information. After the project, we learned that our university was in the process of receiving a demo from this technology company. (Notice that I used the STAR Approach?)
As a student majoring in finance and international business, I have had the opportunity to work on numerous projects involving Boeing. This includes case competitions, case studies, research articles, and a foreign market strategy project. Through these assignments, it has shed light on Boeing and revealed my interest to be a part of the world's leading company in aerospace. I want to work for this organization because I see myself as a perfect fit. I am excited in learning more from an internal perspective now that I have been exposed these past 4 years to Boeing from outside. With this position, I would be able to develop myself into a great overall asset while being loyal to Boeing. My communication skills, cultural awareness, teamwork skills, and pristine organizational skills would deem me qualified for this position.
None of the questions were all that memorable or difficult it was pretty basic and sounded like they didn't even read my resume but were reading literally off of a script and that I might be their first interview of the day.
Corporate culture seems very bland and not at all open to anything new so we'll see what happens it's been about a week since the telephone interview but I know they said it'll take them almost until the end of the month to make a decision which to me seems pretty lengthy.