VMware Careers TV: The VMware University Relations Program

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Join us this Friday, February 3rd, at 2:00 PM EST for our live VMware Careers Livestream episode of VCTV (VMware Careers TV). Price Smith, VMware Careers Community Manager, will be sitting down with Dustin Stites, the Senior Manager of the VMware University Relations program to discuss the university relations internship program at VMware. During this interview, viewers will gain a better understanding of the types of internship programs available at VMware, the overall internship experience, and the type of individual who would fit the necessary qualifications to obtain an internship at VMware. Read more...

Graduate Intern Program: The Right Place for Me to Be

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Prior to my graduation I was spending the last few months, searching for jobs and looking thoroughly through career portals, just to try to find a right fit for my skills and knowledge. Guess what? I couldn’t find something that interested me enough to even begin applying for them. I was not ready for a simple 8-to-5 full time paying gig. I was still interested in learning and gaining more knowledge. I was still hungry. I thought to myself that I need a job that requires me to use my skills and knowledge, to learn new stuff. Then I came across VMware’s Graduate Internship Program. Read more...

VMware Intern Prodigy – Working to Push the Limits of Technology

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Imagine working for a company that employs the man who looked a certain CEO in the eyes and didn't flinch. Imagine working for a company that built the top ranked developer platform that's 100% free and open source. Imagine working for a company that many employees (somewhat facetiously) call a "startup" but are killing the books quarter after quarter. Imagine working for a company that makes the software that the NYSE's infrastructure is built on top of. Read more...

Don't Second Guess Your First Offer

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Receiving your first full-time offer of employment is always a memorable and exciting event. For many of the students reading this blog, you’ll be fortunate to not just receive one but several attractive offers from some of the top companies in the country. However, remember to think carefully when deciding which offer and position is best for you. Review all of the pros and cons of each opportunity before making a final decision and don’t be afraid to discuss any concerns you might have with friends, family, Career Services staff members and the University Recruiter that extended the offer to you. Many of us (Recruiters) have taken on the role of “counselor” when working with students throughout each recruitment season! Read more...