- Work/Life Balance
I worked at General Atomics as an intern (Less than a year)
Freedom to suggest new potential projects as an intern. Was able to work on popular projects that I can see being used today.
Freedom as an engineer means you get out what you put in. If you're not able to thrive in that type of environment, you may have a different experience than me.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at General Atomics (Rancho Bernardo, CA) in December 2019.
I was contacted for a phone screening. I was asked how my experience would fit for the current role they were hiring for. Next, I had a panel interview with 3 employees where they asked me questions about my resume and experience. After this, I had an on-site panel interview with the same individuals. All were very friendly and welcoming.