Tips Before an Interview

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Tips Interview - The interview is your opportunity to let your personality shine through. Since interviews can vary in length, preparing beforehand is key. 

Here are some tips to help you prepare:
  • Share why you are interested in the position, scholarship, or college.
  • Research the company or organization. Do a Google search and become familiar with the mission, core values, and the organization’s online presence, such as social media updates and blog posts.
  • Practice answering sample interview questions. The more you practice, the more comfortable you will become speaking about yourself. The most important thing to remember is to just be you.
  • Develop questions you would like to ask interviewer(s).
  • Visit UC Davis’s internship and career center to view examples of sample interview questions and sample questions to ask your interviewer.
  • For a more detailed guide of interview preparation including general interview tips, questions, what to wear, etc.

Tips for the Day of the Interview

  • Print copies of your resume for yourself, the interviewer(s), and always being a few extra with you, just in case.
  • Bring a paper and pen to take notes and to write down key information so you can refer to it later.
  • Be on time for your interview. Make sure to calculate the distance to your interview meeting location beforehand, and give yourself extra time so you will not feel stressed.
  • Afterwards, be sure to send a thank you note or email to the people who interviewed you. This is a personal touch that shows your gratitude for their time and your interest in the opportunity.
  • Remember to apply to a number of positions, scholarships, or colleges. It can be helpful to keep a list of jobs you are applying for, and to dedicate time every day to sending out your resume.