When I was a student, I would always hunt for free food.
People would call me ” The Free Food Guy” because I always knew where the free food was. Since I was working in EG at the time (General Engineering Department in my school), all of my cool snatches would be noticed whenever anyone enters the office.
I would get (and eat) tons of pizza, wraps, sandwiches… you name it.
All of that thanks to the little effort I used to locate where the free food was. It really was the most enjoyable part of going to a school where you pay $35,000 for classes but you still fight with your professor to re-check your homework assignment.
However, thanks to my free food name, I was also able to land an interview with a company I really respected. And wanted to work for badly.
I bet you are probably wondering how I got the interview.
What did I do to get that interview?
Well, this post is for you…
To start, I’d like to just thank you for taking the time to come to this site. It takes a lot of guts to go on Google (or any site for that matter) looking for information on how to improve your resume and your sell yourself to recruiters (yes, selling is very important) in the engineering world.
Believe it or not, no one likes doing it.
Actually, us students (and all professionals) HATE applying for jobs. It is the worst part about getting a job for these 3 reasons:
- We have to look for it (waste of time)
- We have to apply and wait for a response (which takes forever!)
- We don’t get the job (which causes anger and being pissed off)
Thankfully, you came to the right place
This website was created for one person: you. And I seriously mean that.
Keep reading if you want to know how I’ll do it.