Before the Interview
Let Career Services Help!
Enhance your interview skills before the big day with the help of Career Services!
Participate in InterviewStream, an online interview simulation geared to develop your interviewing skills!
Learn about the various types of interviews to be ready for anything!
Whether local or cross country, navigate an on-site interview like a pro!
Phone interviews can be tricky, but with this guide you're sure to talk your way into a job offer!
Wow your interviewer with extensive knowledge of the company you are interviewing with!
Researching yourself is one of the most important aspects of the interview, so start here!
First impressions are everything! Ensure your interview attire matches a professional demeanor!
Don't forget these important pointers before, during and after your interview!
During the Interview
Interview Do's and Don'ts
Perfect your interview skills with these essential do's and don'ts!
What Will They Ask?
Get a head start with this list of commonly asked interview questions (just don't tell 'em you got them from us!)
Tell Me About Yourself
The # 1 question asked of all time. Be one step ahead before stepping foot into the interview by already having your answer!
Got skeletons in your closet? That's okay (in most cases), but know how to properly address them when asked!
Illegal Interview Questions
"Where were you born?" Is this an illegal question or not? Find out here.
Still confused? Find the answers to your questions and more in this guide!
What Do I Ask?
The interview is a two-sided conversation, so make sure it's a fit for you too by asking great questions!
Mind your P's and Q's while at the dinner table with a potential employer; remember, no elbows on the table!
Got the jitters about an upcoming interview? Fight the fear with these great tips!
After the Interview
If you were interviewing yourself, what characteristics, traits and skills would you look for? Find out here!
The interviewer shouldn't be the only one doing the evaluating; decide wether you should wait, decline or accept!
Thank You Letters
After an interview, seal the deal with a thank you letter. Just don't seal it with a kiss.
Letter of Acceptance
Congrats! You did it! Now it's time to make it official with an acceptance letter (minus the purple confetti)!
Letter of Regret
We regret to inform you that when you decline an offer, you must formally do so by submitting a letter of regret. Ever yours, Career Services
Letter of Withdraw
Just like past relationships, you may find that once you're in, you want out. Find the appropriate exit strategy here.
The 'S' Word: Salary
Find out how to dodge this dirty word while getting the information you need!