Interviewing for a job can be extremely stressful. A lot is on the line - after all, this is where you will either get the job offer or not. The good news is that you can reduce the stress and improve your chances by anticipating the questions and being super-prepared. It's highly unlikely that youíll be asked a question thatís never been asked before.
In this interactive workshop, you will learn to deal with the questions that candidates find to be most difficult such as: "Tell me about yourself," or "What weakness do you have?" We will discuss the importance of preparing illustrative stories that put you in the best possible light. We will also talk about the best possible questions you can ask the interviewer at the end of the interview.
This will be an interactive workshop where you will get actual practice in being interviewed. To help us prepare for that, please send your resume and an actual job description of a job that you are interested in to Don Goldstein, firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the workshop.
This workshop is open to alumni and graduate students. Please sign up as soon as possible as registration is limited. There is no fee for this workshop. Light refreshments will be served and at the end of the workshop participants will receive a guide with answers to typical interview questions.