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6 tips to help you prepare for your on-campus interview

On-campus interviews are a good way for you to get practice for the interviewing game. I know that the more I practice being interviewed, the more confident I feel in my answers. Recruiters often go to a college campus looking for college students who are prepared for a career.

What not to do before your on-campus interview. (Credit: IMGflip.com)

What not to do before your on-campus interview. (Credit: IMGflip.com)

Here is some advice for how to handle interview questions and answers, whether you’re meeting with recruiters on-campus or setting up off-campus interviews. Read more

How to dress for an interview

You passed the phone interview and now they want to meet you in person. You are excited about this summer job or internship- but then you suddenly don’t even know what to wear. I still remember rummaging through my college closet not knowing what to wear for an interview. Do people dress up in suits? Can I wear flats? I didn’t know where to start.

For your upcoming interview, be sure to dress like a professional.

For your upcoming interview, be sure to dress like a professional.

This interview is your opportunity to shine. Wearing the wrong clothes to your interview can ruin your chances of getting hired. A well thought out and put together outfit shows that you are serious about the job.

Here are some tips to make a good impression: Read more

Student success or mess? How to tank a job interview in five easy steps

Interviews can be exciting, nerve-wracking experiences. Even the most tenured professionals can make simple mistakes that can cost them a job opportunity. However, by recognizing the five most common job interview blunders I have seen college students make over the past 15 years, you can help ensure your student success by turning these mistakes into success strategies. Read more