genesisONE, a Miami University Career Partner, is an industry leader in document management hardware, software, and services solutions. Below, Organization Development Manager Christy Torrese ’17 gives advice for students leading up to Miami’s Spring Career and Internship Fairs.
What makes a candidate stand out during the recruiting and interview process?
To start out, good eye contact, a firm handshake, and dressing professionally are very important. We also look for candidates who can hold a strong conversation. If you can do those things, you’re already halfway there. You would be surprised how few universities prepare their students for their Career Fairs. Miami students are always ready to engage with employers and showcase who they are and what they can bring to their organization. This is why we at genesisONE keep making the five-hour drive to Miami for each semester’s Career Fair. Nearly 20% of our company is made up of Miami alumni, myself included!
What have you observed that sets Miami candidates apart from others?
We at genesisONE love recruiting Miami students because they are the best of the best. We can always count on meeting students who carry themselves well and exhibit the confidence and determination we look for in our new hires.
genesisONE, formerly known as Genesis Technologies, has helped companies increase productivity, streamline processes, and reduce document management costs for the past 30 years. As one of America’s most notable Managed Print Services providers, it specializes in workflow assessment and infrastructure optimization. Its clients include Fortune 100 companies and mid-sided organizations representing every industry. Because of its commitment to its clients and team members, it was recognized as one of the “Nation’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®” every year since 2018.
Learn more about genesisONE and its available opportunities by visiting its Handshake profile. You can connect with company representatives at Miami’s Spring Career and Internship Fair on February 15 from 1-5 p.m. in Millett Hall.