Interview Sample Essay
I find the most appealing aspect of being a part of the BMW 2-year program is the opportunity to be able to dive into all three major components of the business: manufacturing, process and product engineering, and procurement and logistics. It is crucial to understand more than just your own field of knowledge, knowing how the product is being made, the details in the designing of it, and how to ensure its quality and safe delivery makes, in my opinion, a truly successful employee, and thus, a truly successful company.
What have you learned in your academic and work experience that you think will benefit you most in an accelerated development program?
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* Tell us about a situation you had to deal with that related to fairness or ethical issues.
As a leader in my college sorority, I knew that there would be times I would have to deal with difficult issues arising between the members. During recruitment it was discovered that a few of our members had been contacting potential new members via social media, offering them rewards for choosing to join our sorority. Contact with PNMS in any form during recruitment is strictly prohibited, and although yes, I wanted those girls in the sorority just as much as them, I did not want them at a price of cheating the other sororities after getting them. In my opinion, this had to be addressed and punishments had to be issued, as the members knew very clearly this was not allowed. I explained to the members involved that we appreciate their desire to get the best girls, but it is important to not sway their decisions with incentives, and more importantly it is crucial as loyal members not to put the rest of the sorority at risk of getting infractions. The girls understood and were put on suspension from the first sorority event.
How do you keep yourself organized when managing competing priorities (i.e. schoolwork, team projects, work responsibilities, personal/extracurricular activities).
*What did you do to prepare for