But the good news is that interviewing is a skill that can be learned and mastered. First of all, you just need to know what questions employers are likely to ask (we have the list). Then practice answering those questions using the S.T.A.R. method (we will show you how). And third, you need to prepare some questions and know how to follow-up (we have some examples). We even have some links below that show you how to dress.
When you are prepared for an interview it can be an enjoyable experience. It's a conversation with other interesting people who you may be working with for along time to come. So start your preparation now so you can excel and have fun.
- Watch the 5-minute video on interviewing techniques (introduction to the S.T.A.R. behavioral method)
- ...Write down what S.T.A.R. stands for so you remember how to answer questions using that acronym.
- Read the Optimal Resume Interviewing module tutorial then practice a minimum of 10 questions online via your laptop camera.
- How to dress for career events and interviews
- On-campus interview techniques
- Interviewing strategies (Powerpoint Presentation)
- Informational Interviews
- Sample Interview evaluation form
- Interviewing techniques
- http://www.rileyguide.com/interview.html all types of interviewing situations.
- How MIT trains their interviewers to conduct Behavioral Interviews. Good “insider” information
- How to dress for the interview
- 12 ways to improve your interview
- Negative Factors which lead to rejection