Hi Students! Well just as things are getting busy for you at the start of the spring semester, it’s back to the busy recruiting season for us recruiters too. The good news is that Intel is still hiring for internships and for full-time positions for 2010! We are looking for student at all degree levels (BS, MS & PhD) and across most of our technical disciplines and business disciplines. Here’s a tip: We have a great “Where do I Fit” matrix to help you determine how what you’re studying applies to our opportunities. This means we’ll be out on campus quite a bit and you can find our schedule of events at this link. If we come to your campus, there is a benefit to you for taking the time to meet with us at a career fair or info session, not only because we get the chance to talk with you individually, but because we’re able to identify areas where you might be a good fit and flag your resume appropriately. But if we miss you on campus, or if you attend a university where we don’t come in person, not to worry! We post all of our internship and full-time openings on the Jobs at Intel site. Here you can apply directly against positions that interest you and for which your skill sets are a good fit. And be sure to check back often as there are new positions being posted almost daily!Here are a few former blog posts you can reference to be prepared to talk with recruiters on campus and to get some tips on writing a great resume/CV part one and part two. We look forward to meeting with you soon!
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