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/ Asked by Tanya L.
Following up after an interview is optional, but I would strongly recommend sending a thank you note. Thank you emails/notes are commonly sent within 48 hours of the interview and should include: thanking the interviewer(s) for their time, how your experience and skills would contribute to the team,...

/ Asked by Karah K.
Prior to an interview, consider researching the company and gather information on dress codes within the industry for a better understanding of how to dress for the interview. You can also ask the recruiter when setting up the interview what to expect and how to dress. Customarily, candidates will d...

/ Asked by Emma R.
Gaining the initial attention from a company can be difficult, which is why you should sculpt your resume toward each position and company to which you apply. Each position and company has a different mission, culture and business strategy. Taking the extra time to research a company to learn more a...

/ Asked by Emma R.
Prior to an interview, consider researching the company’s vision, values & team culture. From your research determine how your past behaviors, experience and knowledge can contribute to the company’s success. Additionally, prepare questions to ask the interviewers that speak to your ...

/ Asked by KelliMae S.
Thank you for asking this question. Critical thinking, problem solving, education and work experience are equally important. Education and work experience present you with the opportunity to think critically and solve problems when faced with assignments and tasks. When asked competency-based interv...

/ Asked by Angela B.
Yes, it is ok to reach out to a connection you may have at the company of interest. In doing so, you should ensure that your skill set aligns with the position. For example, if the company is an accounting firm, but your major is philosophy, that may not be a good fit, depending upon the position. I...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Prior to a phone interview, consider researching the company’s vision, values & team culture. From your research determine how your past behaviors, experience and knowledge can contribute to the company’s success. Additionally, prepare questions to ask the interviewers that speak to ...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Prior to an interview, consider researching the company’s vision, values & team culture. From your research determine how your past behaviors, experience and knowledge can contribute to the company’s success. Additionally, prepare questions to ask the interviewers that speak to your ...

/ Asked by Maura W.
From the moment you enter the door as an intern, put your best foot forward. Take action in becoming recognized as a candidate for future opportunities. Take advantage of your internship by beginning to develop your personal brand and by networking with others (when appropriate) throughout the compa...

/ Asked by Julie B.
Collaborating with colleagues can lead to a more efficient and effective pathway to success. A crucial component to a functional team is a leader who promotes accountability and self-organization throughout. Additionally, it is important for the team as whole to constantly adapt throughout the proje...

/ Asked by T G.
Gaining the initial attention from a company can be difficult, which is why you should sculpt your resume toward each position and company to which you apply. Each position and company has a different mission, culture and business strategy. Taking the extra time to research a company to learn more a...

/ Asked by Tomi H.
A lot of job seekers struggle with defining their career aspirations; however, you need not be able to articulate an exact title or even an exact industry. Rather, a career aspiration is a path that you’d like your career to follow. In many cases, this can be to become an expert in a certain f...

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