Tools to help you prepare for interviews
The more you prepare for an interview, the more confident you will be. Practice will help you highlight examples that demonstrate your skills and qualifications.
Visit OWL-Careers to make an appointment with an advisor and further develop your interviewing skills.
- The following interview template should help you prepare for any job interview. Carefully read through it,
having the job you are applying to in mind and get ready for your interview.
- An informational interview is a great way to learn about a career or company of interest to you and the TIARA Framework is an organized way to ask questions during an Informational Interview.
Use Big Interview to learn and practice your interview skills, whether you’re interviewing for a job or graduate school.
Virtual Interviewing Resources
Watch these workshops to help prepare for virtual interviewing:
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