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On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) Fall 2007. Career Center Programs and Services. Individual Counseling Provide assistance with career planning and decision making eCompass Web-based career management system On-Campus Interviewing

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Career Center Programs and Services

Individual Counseling

Provide assistance with career planning and decision making

eCompass

Web-based career management system

On-Campus Interviewing

Employers schedule screening interviews on-campus for full-time positions and internships

Career Fairs

Held twice a year

Career Network

Alumni contacts for info interviewing and shadowing opportunities


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On-Campus Interviewing

An opportunity to meet face-to-face with employers who wish to hire Case students and discuss employment prospects

A way to connect registered students with employers using eCompass, a web-based on-campus career management system that features on-line registration, resume postings, resume books, and interview sign-ups

One method for exploring jobs in which the Career Center brings employers to campus to interview students for full-time and internship positions


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Benefits of Using eCompass

Participate in on-campus interviews with employers offering full-time, internship, and practicum opportunities

Submit your resume in the Web Resume Books for all employers offering positions, not just OCI

Receive targeted emails about special events, programs and opportunities

Explore employment opportunities without having to travel off campus


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Those Eligible to Participate in OCI

  • Case undergraduate students

  • Graduate students completing requirements for a master's or Ph.D.

  • Recent Case alumni (one year after graduation date)

  • Open to all majors


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When & Where

When:

Accounting: September 24, 2007 - September 28, 2007

All Industries: October 8, 2007 - November 16,2007

Where:

Career Center

Interviewing Suite

Sears, Room 206


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Your Role in On-Campus Interviewing

Arrive promptly

Dress appropriately - Professional/Business Attire

Prepare in advance by researching the company (not doing this is the biggest complaint from employers)

Bring all materials that the company has requested

  • Completed application form

  • Transcript either official or a copy

    Print a clean copy of your resume on bond paper


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What to Wear Professional Dress for Men

A tailored dark suit is preferable – navy, brown, black, or gray

A light colored shirt and tie

Dress socks that match the suit and shoes that are polished

Neatly trimmed facial hair, if any


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What to Wear Professional Dress for Women

A tailored suit or dress with a conservative length hemline – two inches above the knee or longer

All accessories should be conservative – nail polish, make-up, jewelry

Neutral pantyhose with polished, closed-toe shoes


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What NOT to Wear Unprofessional Dress

Jeans, athletic apparel, hats

Open-toed shoes

Cologne or perfume


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Interview Preparation

Research the company and industry they represent

Do a mock interview with a Career Center counselor

Attend a Career Center interviewing skills workshop

Attend employer information sessions when offered


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Researching the Company

Prior to the interview, you should familiarize yourself with the prospective employer’s products and services, organization size and structure, subsidiaries, recent financial performance, and other current news and events concerning the company.

Resources include the organization’s website, Kelvin Smith Library, Vault Online Career Library, and the Dun and Bradstreet Million Dollar Directory (please note that the last two resources are available through the Career Center website).


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Professional Integrity in Interviewing

Update and complete your eCompass profile with accurate information

Use honesty in accepting and declining offers

Once you have accepted an offer you should not

continue to participate in on campus interviewing

Serve as an ambassador for Case


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After the Interview

Complete a Career Center evaluation form and return it to the front desk

Be sure to send a thank you note within 24 hours to the recruiter (You should obtain the name and contact information from the recruiter before you leave)

Reflect on the interview, the company and your performance by journaling your thoughts immediately following the interview


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On-Campus Interviewing

Policies and Procedures


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What to do when you arrive

Check in with the front desk receptionist

who will direct you to the interview suite

Wait for the recruiter to call you in to the interview room

Relax!


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In Case of an Emergency

If you must cancel your interview, please do so at least 24 hours in advance

Contact the Career Center at 368-4446 and the recruiter to notify us of the cancellation

Explain the situation to the recruiter and ask that they grant you another interview opportunity


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Interview No-Shows and Cancellations

The worst impression you can make is to not show up or call to cancel an interview.

If you do not attend your interview or cancel with a phone call the following will occur:


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No-Show Policy

You will receive an email from the Career Center requiring you to send a letter/email of apology to the recruiter within two days and a copy to this office

If you fail to do this you will be sent another email and your interviewing privileges will be temporarily suspended until you have met the requirements

The issue needs to be resolved inside of one week of the missed interview and after that you will need to meet with a career counselor to be reactivated in the eCompass system

Two no-shows will result in the loss of your on campus recruiting privileges, no exceptions will be made


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eCompass

A Connection to Your Future


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eCompass login

Your Login:

Username = email before the @ (aka Case net ID)

cxk42

Password

Birthdate: for example 9/21/84

Complete your profile (personal info, academics, future plans, and administration)

Upload your resume


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How do you Participate in On-Campus Interviewing?

Complete your eCompass profile

Upload your resume. It is advisable to also publish your resume in appropriate resume books

Apply for positions by the deadline dates

using eCompass


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Tips for Searching on eCompass

  • Select the “Internship” or “Job” tab

  • Keep searches broad (choose 1 or 2 criteria)

  • Search regularly (we add new positions daily)

  • Use the one click searches


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Applying for On-Campus Interviews

eCompass keeps a record of your applications,

employers make their decisions, and the system lets you know

Definitions of Employer Decisions:

Accepted - The employer has accepted you for an interview

Alternate - The employer has accepted you as an alternate

Undecided -The employer has yet to make a decision

Declined - The employer has declined your application


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Questions

Feel free to contact the Career Center staff when you have questions about On-Campus Interviewing.

Our staff is available by appointment, 216-368-4446.


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Upcoming Events (check Career Center Website)

  • Meet the Accountants BreakfastLocation: TBDDate: Friday, September 7Time: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

  • Accounting On-Campus Interview Week

    Dates: Mon, Sep 24 to Fri, Sep 28

  • Career FairLocation: Veale CenterDate: Thursday, October 4Time: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

  • Fall On-Campus Interviewing (all industries)Dates: Mon, Oct 8 to Fri, Nov 16


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Your Next Step

In order to be approved to participate in On Campus Interviewing, YOU MUST complete a brief survey questionnaire (please use link below)

Click here


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