Good questions to ask a recruiter from an engineering company at my school's career fair?

Good questions to ask a recruiter from an engineering company at my school's career fair?
2018-07-26T23:46:20Z 3
2018-07-26T23:46:20Z

Facilities Engineer Intern at Northrop Grumman Corporation

over 2 years ago
Inquire about a variety of career routes and opportunities of growth both vertically and laterally within the company, technical and managerial. Is the work you will be doing meaningful (hopefully so!) and in what capacity would in contribute to the company’s mission and purpose? What are the minimum requirements for an intern or entry level position and what are the job responsibilities? Do you offer relocation assistance? What courses should you take in addition to your degree coursework that can be beneficial or help prepare for a future job position in the company? If you want to further your education, is there educational advancement assistance? If you are already familiar with the educational path you want to take, see whether the position you want requires higher education or certificates (i.e. FE, EIT, PE) later down the road.
2018-07-26T23:46:20Z

Former Structural Engineer Intern at David Choi & Associates

over 2 years ago
Ask the recruiter what their typical engineering work day is like and try to gain insight into what the company does. Ask them questions such as what projects their company partake in and how you can grow as an engineer at their company.
2018-07-26T23:46:20Z

Civil Engineer Specialist at Montana Department of Transportation

over 2 years ago
Ask about pay, which is important because you are a civil engineer and marketable. They want you and they are willing to pay a decent amount of money to hire you. Expect salaries starting out in the 48k to 54k range in Montana. Ask about the day to day life at the company, how do people interact in the company? What are the benefits at your company? What projects will I be working on? There is plenty of questions to ask but just be direct and honest, most recruiters aren't trying to dupe you, they truly want someone who will fit with their company.
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