About the Boeing Interview

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 14 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

The interview with Boeing went very well. We talked a lot about my work at Mines Internet Radio. It’s funny, I never really thought about MIR as work experience, but it is. Dealing with the bureaucracy, having to write reports, balancing the assignments of tasks, and still making the damn thing work with minimal fuss.

But the work going on a Boeing is very cool and is something that I would be proud to be a part of. They’ll get back to me in a few weeks.

[tags]Boeing, internship, Mines Internet Radio, interview[/tags]

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12 thoughts on “About the Boeing Interview”

  1. I am going to refrain from commenting on anything Boeing related until I am actually hired by The Boeing Company and sign whatever additional NDA forms I need and talk to them about their blogging policy, if they have one.

  2. Did you get selected in Beoing? How long did they take to inform you about your application? Do you know if you’re interviewed once for either intern or full-time and are not selected, you can reapply? Or is there a specific duration your cannot apply? A response will be truly appreciated! Thanks!

  3. I love all the emails/comments I get about interning at Boeing. So, here’s my final say for now:

    I actually really don’t have much insight on Boeing. I know what they do as a company and I want to be a part of that, but they interview pretty much like the other companies I’ve interviewed with. I think the one piece of advice that I would share (and this is for all interviews, not just Boeing) is something Einstein said, “I have performed at my best when I have been most true to my nature.” The point being, just be yourself. Don’t exaggerate, just talk about what you like doing that might be related to what a company does. They already have your resume and don’t need you to read it to them. Instead, expand on what you’ve listed and talk about the difficulties, solutions, and fun that you had on that project.

  4. yeah i got hired at boeing too. Evertt, WA tho. Trying to fitgure out how to handle their drug testing situation…quickfix 4.0 anyone?

  5. Here’s how to handle it. Don’t use drugs if your going to be any part of designing or building aircraft. Got it dip shit.

    1. I agree here. If you are working assembly, then you definitely need to be clean. Everything that is done in this process is crucial to wether or not an aircraft will even be considered airworthy, and if anything goes wrong and its because you fucked up due to being under the influence, you will go to jail for a very long time. Case-and-point: don’t do drugs. If you must do drugs, then work at McDonalds until you can get your life on track.

  6. hey, ‘justin’ guess what – i came into work high the whole time there, even came into work on acid once. Kiss my ass.

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