I've had the pleasure of discussing Intel career opportunities with thousands of candidates. The best advice I would offer you, especially if you're a graduate student, is to take time in your very busy schedule to ask:
What am I going to do after I finish this degree?
Where do I want to work?
How will I know a great job when I see it?
Am I connecting with the right people to get me where I want to go?
These are big questions and you need to make sure you give them at least as much thought and energy as your most recent exam.
I look forward to talking with you about these questions and the opportunities at Intel.
Campus Recruiting Manager
Intel employee since 2000
Background in Staffing
Campus recruiting tips
Follow these tips to give yourself the best chance for success with our recruiters.
- Make sure your resume is clearly and simply formatted
- Tell us what kind of job you are looking for
- Tell us when you're available for work
- Practice interviewing; Intel asks behavioral and technical questions
- Strong GPAs are great, but they aren't everything; students who also volunteer, take risks, and have leadership experience are our favorite candidates
Meet me on your campus
Students and graduates from your school are making big contributions at Intel. That's why we keep coming back. Contact me and we can connect on campus: