Applying for a new job, being interviewed, negotiating, and accepting a position can all be really intimidating--BUT even the most seasoned professionals feel a little anxious when taking that next step in their careers. The trick is to be prepared! Here are some tips on how to do that!
You don't have to dress in expensive clothes to make a good first impression.
Keep it neat, clean, simple, and modest for your interview in business casual/business professional.
Your resume tells your professional story. Build yourself up in the resume.
Bring your pen and notepad and write down some questions you have for the employer beforehand so you remember them at the end of the interview.
These are some basic interview questions. Don't underestimate PRACTICING responding out loud to these questions.
Saying your answers to these questions out loud will help you--if you have someone to practice with, even better!
It might seem embarassing while you practice, but you will NOT regret it in the interview setting.
What are your goals? What are your dreams? How can you get there?
Assess the employers that will be there, research their companies, and be prepared to give your best.
Here are the employers to be at the June 30 Job Fair so far: