policy is to hire straight out of school and to promote from within.
The purpose of our on-campus visits is to find exceptional students
whose interests match ours -- creating world-class software, aggressive
learning and problem solving with other kindred spirits, and having
fun. We care much more about your ability to think and communicate
clearly rather than your mastery of "techniques" for solving specific
problems. We try to hold an informational session prior to interviews
to answer any questions and to help you learn what we're all about.
invite selected students to visit us at Pro-Found. This is a chance
for us to learn more about you and for you to have a Pro-Found experience.
In many instances, we are able to bring students into an actual
brainstorming session relating to one of our current technology
initiatives. Students have found these visits to be an enjoyable
learning experience. During the site visit, you will also learn
"profound" and compelling answers to questions which may be troubling
you. Why is there a dash in the company name between "Pro" and "Found"?
Won't I be wrecking my career by taking a first job with an upstart
firm like yours? How will I explain Pro-Found to my relatives and
your site visit, we get feedback from all the individuals with whom
you meet and check your references. Then, we follow a "subjective,
highly imprecise and unscientific evaluation process" and determine
if an offer is appropriate. If so, we try to make you an offer you