Interviewing Preparation and Tips!
An excellent resume and cover letter put you on the path to securing an interview with your dream employer. Now, it is time to meet with the HR team to discuss your skillset. Preparing well for your interview will improve your confidence and enhance your responses. The Career Center can help you prepare for your interviews and develop and improve your interview skills. Conversations with staff and online tools can help you fully prepare for your interview and give you the confidence to land the job!
Interviewing is a skill.
The more you practice, the better you’ll do. Use Big Interview, our interview training system, to strengthen your interviewing skills anytime, from anywhere. Or review our career resources to prepare for the interview, know what to expect the day of, and for helpful tips for after the interview.
Still need help? Our career coaches can ask sample questions and provide feedback, share commonly asked questions, show you how to research companies, explain different interview formats, and highlight the attributes employers are seeking.
Use this community to find best practices for nailing that interview!
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Take a look at the upcoming career fairs and activities coming this semester!
Hospitality Career Expo – Tuesday, February 20, 2024
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