Interview Fair Documents
You will need the following documents for the interview fair in Sept. I will provide you with a folder to put your documents in. This counts as a test grade, so make sure you let your work know you will be late on your interview date (if you're going straight to work on that date).
Application - go the the application link below and download/save the application. There is also a demo application link that will give you an example of how your application should look. Do NOT, I repeat, Do NOT use your real address and contact information. You may use the school's info instead. You will need Word to fill out the application. Fill out the application in BOLD so it's viewable. All questions that you don't have an answer for should be filled with a N/A. Print and bring to me so I can place it in your folder.
Resume - To see example of resume click on demo resume link below. Many of you should already have a resume from last year. Again, do NOT use your personal information on your application or resume. Print and bring it to me so I can place it in your folder.
Sample interview questions
Helpful tips to prepare for mock interview.
1. Practice Your Answers - Although there is not a set format that every job interview will follow, there are some questions that you can almost guarantee will crop up. You should preare answers to some of the most common interview questions about your personal strengths and weaknesses, as well as being able to explain why you should be hired.
2. Look The Part
- Appearance shouldn't matter, but the plain fact is that you are often judged before you've even uttered a word. Muke sure you are dressed for success. Click here
for dress for success PowerPoint.
3. Stay Calm - Good preparation is the key to staying in control. Get everything you need ready the night before. remember to speak clearly, smile and remember that your interviewer is just a normal person.