Learn What To Do

Before, During, and After

The Job Interview

Analyze the Job

As you review the job description, consider what the company is seeking in a candidate.

Make a Match

Once you have listed the qualifications for the job, make a list of your assets and match them to the job requirements.

Research the Company

Get a sense of how the company compares to other organizations in the same industry by reading articles about the company in industry magazines or websites.

Practice Interviewing

Practice interviewing with a friend or family member ahead of time, and it will be much easier when you’re actually in a job interview.

Get Your Interview Clothes Ready

Regardless of the type of job you’re interviewing for, that first impression should be a great one.

Practice Interview Etiquette

Remember to greet the receptionist, your interviewer, and everyone else you meet politely, pleasantly, and enthusiastically.

"Proper planning and preparation prevents poor performance"

We live by these words from Stephen Keague, author The Little Red Handbook of Public Speaking and Presenting. You must be able to clearly identify your current skills and articulate how they’re a match for the job criteria. The most effective way to do this is to spend the prep time before the interview.

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