The economy over the past few years has greatly increased candidate competition in the job market. Employers’ expectations of job candidates have never been higher. So, how do you prepare yourself to stand out during your interviews? How do you prepare yourself to be “interview savvy”?
This seminar builds candidates into confident and prepared BEST CHOICES for employers. Our graduates are prepared to effectively articulate qualifications and potential contributions when speaking with every potential employer. Using the proven learning by doing teaching methodology, interspersed with lecture, group discussion, and written exercises, we prepare individuals to give intelligent, confident and concise answers when interviewing. Expect to learn a lot about yourself and to perfect your responses through practice. Course topics include:
- The Interview Process
- Interview Preparation and Practice
- Traditional Questions
- Goals and Elevator Speech
- Behavioral Questions
- Company Research
- Closing the Deal
- Great First Impressions
- Mock Interviews
As a recent college grad, I was surprised how much I had to learn about the interview process. The expert advice and training from Interview Savvy saved me hours of interview prep. I am now a more knowledgeable and confident interviewee.
– Brendan W., Boston University '11
This is the best interview prep workshop I have attended… I have attended at least eight.
– Lydia G., University of Chicago '14
Walking into the seminar, I had very little confidence in my ability to give a solid interview. After the seminar, I’m feeling super-confident and excited at the prospect of my next interview!
– Clarissa M., University of Chicago '15
As a recruiter, I would say that the material is right on! An Interview Savvy candidate will be leaps and bounds ahead of the competition!
– Jaclyn L.
I'm confident Interview Savvy will give me an edge above others because I have never heard of any of my friends doing something like this. It was extremely helpful.
– Meghan S., Miami of Ohio '14
I would encourage anyone who is in the market or who will be in the market again for a job to take this class.
– Kaitlyn P., Monmouth College '14