You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Join us in learning how to make the best first impression! Learn how to dress appropriately and what questions to expect at an interview.
An interview can be even more difficult when you are nervous. Try listening to what is being asked and answer the interviewers questions promptly. Avoiding simple answers like, "yes" or "no" could make or break the interview. Use proper grammar and a professional tone; never use slang or inappropriate language.
You can ask appropriate, well-thought out questions. Prepare some relevant question for the end of the interview. These should relate to the position but not focus on the benefits. And stay on track. The interviewer is looking form information on what kind of employee you would be. Keep to the point and do not bring up extraneous matters.
Your goal is to sell yourself and to provide a clear picture of that company can benefit from your skills. Realize your potential, and be ready to tie it all together by matching your skills with the positions requirements.
At the very end of the interview thank the interviewer for taking the time to meet with you. Do not loiter around after the interview ends. Do not expect an offer on the spot. Do not mention salary & benefits unless the employer brings up the subject. If you are offered the position you will be given this information. To ask during the interview makes it seem as though this is the most important factor. It reflects poorly on you.
In order to prepare effectively for a job interview, you know as much as possible about the company you're interviewing with. Your research will reflect enthusiasm and interest to the potential employer. keep up on local and national news regarding the field your choose to pursue.
We offer several options for those FBA students looking to practice and perfect their interviewing skills. To increase your chances of a successful interview: practice, practice, practice! We offer coordinated practice interviews that include advice on pre-interview preparation, suitable attire, appropriate interview materials, communication skills, the question-and-answer process, and interview follow ups.
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You've spent hours, days, weeks trying to land that big interview with your dream company and you finally got it. But before you step into that interview, consult our Student Services to guide you on making the best first impression possible.
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