I signed up through Hire-A-Niner with Enterprise. My mock interview went great. I received great feedback from Ms. Chelsey on how I can improve marketing myself and she also gave me the option of a possible job with the company.
Major: Business Management and Finance
I was applying for one of the most competitive business internships at UNCC and was so nervous. Being accepted to the Applied Technology Program was a huge goal of mine and would not have been able to achieve this goal without the career center. By doing a mock interview with the career center I was able to get my jitters and nerves out and get amazing feedback to improve my interview skills. I felt so confident during my interview in Bank of America and was offered a position in the internship program and I have the career center to thank for that.
I participated in a mock interview with KPMG. This mock interview allowed me to get practice with speaking to a professional recruiter. I was able to practice typical interview questions and receive feedback on my answers. This allowed me feel confident and comfortable in my interviews for my summer internships. I was able to land an internship with Bank of America in the FMAP program. Using the mock interview resource really helped me prepare for my interview.
Major: Management Information Systems
My experience working at Lowe’s this summer was tremendous. I learned so much about corporate America, how Lowe’s is structured and even a little about myself. During my time at Lowe’s I worked in the E-commerce department. Specifically, I worked on the testing team. I loved the culture that I experienced while working there. It was very professional but at the same time welcoming. Corporate America is very demanding and Lowe’s does a great job of making it feel like home. I was fortunate enough to be part of a great team that worked well together. I learned a lot about how Lowe’s goes to market using their website. I was taught all the systems they use on a daily basis. Finally, I got a new perspective about myself, and focused what I want to do when I graduate. I learned about what I would ultimately like to do in the future, and my summer at Lowe's was a primary driver of that future.
Gabby De La Cruz
As a freshman, I went on a company trek to the Carolinas Healthcare System University Hospital just down the road on North Tryon and met professionals from various units, such as maternity, cardiology, emergency and volunteer services. I spoke with the volunteer coordinator and got her contact information as well as information regarding the application process. The fall of my sophomore year, I volunteered at the telemetry unit a few days a week. Since work and volunteer experience are considered for admission into the nursing program here at UNC Charlotte, I included those volunteer hours in my application. As a current nursing student, I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to develop relationships with the nurses, nurse aides, and staff at CHS University and be exposed to a healthcare environment as I aspire to work in that type of setting in the future.