On Monday, October 8 Intel representatives are there for undergraduate and graduate business students with graduation dates ranging from December 2012 to Spring 2013 to learn what it is like to work at Intel and how to best prepare to apply for Financial Analyst position. Rosina Zevallos and other three Intel employees were sharing their experiences in working for Intel and the organization structure. Rosina Zevallos is an alumni from Portland State University. She graduated with a Master degree in Master of Science Financial Analysis about 7 years ago. The session was a great help to learn about the company as well as what kind of candidate they are looking for. The wide rage of opportunities in Intel finance includes Revenue and pricing, Capital and factory capacity analysis, Accounting, New product development strategies, Acquisitions and business development, Financial planning and analysis, Strategic long-rang planning, Cost and inventory, Business analysis and reporting, and Construction cost engineering. The new hired employee will be assigned to focus in one of these areas. Intel offers a rotated program where the employees can rotate their roles and focuses every 18 to 24 months. Currently, Intel is accepting the application from both undergraduate and graduate students for full-time position. The application is due on October 17, 2012.
Thunyarak Katikavongkhachorn or Goy is a full-time student in Master of International Management Program. She received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Portland State University. She was interested in studying MIM program because she would like to broaden her career in supply chain and logistics at the global level that focusing on Pacific Asia while studying Chinese as a third language. She currently specialize in supply chain and finance in the MIM program.