You’ve studied hard to achieve your educational goals, and you’ve crafted an impressive resumé and cover letter, which have gained you an interview for a job in your field of interest. Now comes the interview, which is the final step in landing the job of your dreams.
An interview is often a source of anxiety for many job-seekers, who worry about making a good impression and fear that, in their nervousness, they may not do so. The best way to overcome this anxiety is to enter the interview feeling well-prepared, which will give you confidence.
So, how do you prepare for an interview?
When you approach an interview feeling well-prepared, you will be better equipped to give cohesive, relevant answers to the questions being asked, as well as to ask relevant questions yourself, about the job and the company, which will demonstrate your interest and preparedness, and show the interviewer that you are the right person for the job.
At Western Community College, we support our students in their efforts to reach their career goals by addressing interview preparation in most of our programs. We want you to succeed and we are here to help you do so.