Prepare for an Interview

Do you have an interview coming up? Your resume helped you get past the initial screening – now it is time to sell yourself!  Learn tips about what types of questions, and what employers are looking for during professional interviews. Want to perform a mock interview with a Career Advising Peer?

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How to Follow Up on a Job Interview in 2022 (With Example)

After perfecting your cover letter and resume, then acing the interview, you’re waiting to hear back from the company about the next steps. And whether it’s been a day or a week, you’re wondering how to follow up on a …

By Rachel Pelta - Forage
Forage
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Surviving as an International Student

Schreiner University always welcomes international students that wish to continue their academic education in the United States. However, despite the outstanding support from the faculty and staff, attending college in the U.S. as international student can be a challenging task. …

By Valentina H. Solache
Valentina H. Solache Assistant
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These 7 Interview Skills Will Help You Stand Out From the Pack

Having conducted hundreds of interviews—both mock interviews with career coaching clients and real interviews as part of search committees—and seen what the outcomes are, I can say with confidence that getting through the hiring process and landing a job is …

By Lily Zhang - The Muse
The Muse
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How to Respond to “Walk Me Through Your Resume”—and Get Your Interview Started on the Right Note

When you begin any job interview, your interviewer is likely to start the conversation with some sort of introductory question. Because of this, “Tell me about yourself” is one of the most common interview questions in any job search. But …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How Active Listening Can Boost Your Career (and How to Do It Right)

People often assume it’s what they say that matters most in job interviews or in conversations with supervisors or coworkers. After all, you can’t prove yourself and what you’re capable of without first telling the people around you what you …

By Leah Campbell - The Muse
The Muse
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