I worked at Consolidated Graphics full-time
This company allows you to gain experience as a recent college grad that can be used to move up within the company, or to go elsewhere.
The pay is low for new grads, and it is by no means an easy or glamorous job - it's printing, after all!
Advice to Management
Pay new employees more to show them their worth and to retain employees after they get through the basic training.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Consolidated Graphics.
Submitted a resume and Cover letter. That was followed up with a phone interview through the recruiting team. The recruiting team was based in Houston and had members from different locations. After the phone interview, I was told that I was being referred to a specific location who was hiring. I was brought into that location for a half day of interviews. It started with a plant tour by an LDP graduate, round table interview with all the LDP Associates and graduates at that location and then individual interviews with the President and Controller. I was scheduled to also interview with the Plant Manager, but he was not available due to company needs. I received a call about the interviews within a few days and was made an offer.