Listed here is information for interviews and networking. Listed below, we have helpful information to help with correct attire and dress. On the left column there are writings created by the Career Center discussing Behavioral Interviews, Successful Interviewing, and Informational Interviews.
|Internet Public Library||This site is designed as a public library by and for Internet users. The "Associations on the Net" section lists associations by major career categories.|
|Weddles Association List||This section of the Weddle's site lists several thousand associations worldwide by their occupational/industry focus.|
|About.com||Some basic information about how to dress for an interview.|
|Dress to Impress: A Guide||Produced by Washington State University, this guide provides information about dressing for interview. It also has specific dress examples for both men and women and how to dress when you are on a tight budget.|
|Dress for the job you want: Men||Dress for the The Job You Want helps your present your best self to employers in a job interview situation, by taking you through the elements of men's formal work wear. The tips in this FREE Guide help to keep you in the game.|
|Dress for the job you want: Women||Dress for the The Job You Want helps your present your best self to employers in a job interview situation, by taking you through the elements of women's formal work wear. The tips in this FREE Guide help to keep you in the game.|
The following documents were created by Rosalie Walsh, director of Career Services to assist you in your job preparation. They are also available in hard-copy format on the wall outside the Career Services Office.
Behaviorally Based Interviewing.pdf
Behavioral based interviewing is a new style of interviewing that more and more companies and organizations are using in their hiring process. Use this handout to learn what it is and how to nail it.
Successful Interviewing.What Interviewers Look For.pdf
Interviewers look for the potential of new employees to become valued, trusted, productive team members of their company. Use this handout to tailor your interview answers to what employers are looking for.
Information interviews are a great way to learn more about a company or job title and whether or not it's the right job for you--and if used right, it also yields a great connection to add to your network.
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