The following tools and guides offer advice for perfecting your interviewing skills.
You’ve heard it said so many times. Making an excellent first impression is essential for a strong interview.
This includes your appearance, your timeliness, but most importantly, your interviewing skills!
Who really gets the job? The best qualified? The smartest candidate? Not necessarily! Most of the time, it’s the person who is able to best sell his or her skills to employers in a professional and effective manner.
Have a webcam? You can even conduct an interview right now! This tool provides feedback and tips of non-verbal behavior and communication missteps, plus it's very helpful for objective Counselor assessment.
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You have invested considerable time and energy into carefully selecting sites, creating stellar CVs and writing convincing cover letters. The interview process requires equal amounts of preparation, stamina and reflection. The importance of conducting a professional interview cannot be overstated. Thorough preparation for an interview can help distinguish you as a hardworking applicant. Asking key questions can help you determine how the site will meet your training needs. Articulating your knowledge and interest with poise, while managing the anxiety produced by the interview situation, helps you shine during interviews. Below is a guide to how to prepare and conduct successful interviews; tips on travel arrangements; and the next steps to follow after the interview. In addition, there is a listing of Frequently Asked Questions and Answers.