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None yet, great place to work
I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Embraer (Melbourne, FL) in May 2017.
It started off with an email from my school saying about the opportunity. After I submitted my resume, I received an email with the first interview in my school. After meeting with the recruiter, he invited me to "intern day". In my opinion, that day was a waste of my time. Inter day is a day were the bring everyone who they interviewed from 5 different schools, we were almost 80 -100 people. They had us build paper airplanes and tour the facilities and then talk to the managers. But with that being said, they already know who is going to the second round of interview before going to intern day. After that i got an email a week later saying I got to the second interview. You will be interviewing for a position that you don't know, but you what are they from the intern day. On the day of the second interview, i entered a room with managers from different areas and they will ask you different questions based on your resume. Most of the Managers are Brazilian. In my case, they picked people who spoke Portuguese or Spanish ( or pretty much from Brazil). During this entire time, the people who we went from my school were all promised a position and we were told that we were in, but eventually they needed people who can speak the above languages. There were Americans in there, but they were few compare to the rest.