Tag: Questions

Peer Career Ambassadors

Top 8 Interview Questions

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Rumeer Keshwani. Do not get caught in an interview without knowing the answers to these Top 8 interview questions! TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF A classic question that should not be surprising. Interviewers ask this question because they are looking to see that your attitude is consistent with…

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Kirishika Krishnarajah

That’s a Wrap

With having ended my internship I got the chance to reflect on everything I had learned throughout my time there. One of the biggest things I learned was that things may not always go as planned and how a huge part of this job is out of my control and in the control of others…

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Three Key Takeaways

As I continue to move through my last two weeks of the internship, I want to reflect on three key ideas that I learned throughout this internship and that I will take with me back to college and my young professional career. How to deal with pressure – This internship highlighted how decisions that we…

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Muna Salad

Connecting the Dots

Since I only work closely with one of the many teams that FRT has, it is difficult to comprehend everything that FRT does. However, it is up to the intern to seek that knowledge through different ways. These are couple of things that I did over the last few weeks that has helped to understand…

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Priscilla Joy Ning

10 Essential Questions to Ask Your CEO

A conversation with the CEO can be daunting, especially for a new intern. Some tend to overthink and be so fearful of saying something wrong that they end up saying nothing much at all while others make it all too obvious that they are just trying to show off and sound smart. To help you…

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D Coley

Ask the Right Questions

Any intern would agree that asking questions comes with the territory. You’re new and there is a lot to learn. In theory asking questions seems pretty simple. What is this? How do you do that? And why? It is natural for people to ask questions, but that is not the end of it. The tricky…

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