On-Campus Interviews and Information Sessions
Practice interviews (mock interviews)
The best way to prepare for a job interview is to practice. Learn more about how the Career Center can help you practice your interview skills and prepare for in-person, panel, telephone, or Skype interviews.
Sample interview questions
Interview questions are designed to help an employer learn as much as possible about you in a very short time. Questions can fall into a number of categories including personal goals and accomplishments, self-assessment, educational and work experiences, relationships with people, and life/career expectations. See some examples of interview questions.
Informational interviews are designed to allow you to learn more about a possible career path by talking to professionals who are currently working in the field. Learn more about informational interviews.
Behavior-based interviews are based upon the theory that your past behavior and performance will predict how you will behave and perform in a similar situation in the future. Learn more about behavior-based questions and how to prepare.
Skype and video interviews
Meal interview etiquette
Employers may want to see you in a more social setting to see how you act, particularly if the job you are interviewing for requires partaking in meals with clients and/or supervisors. Learn more about proper dinner etiquette.
Dress for success
In interviewing and networking situations, your attire represents you as a professional. Dressing appropriately for the organization shows you understand the culture of that organization.