Anthony Haynes writes: Today we are pleased to reblog a post, written by Laura Myers, from Northwestern Career Advancements. It provides very practical tips about being interviewed online.
By Laura Myers, associate director of student career advising, serving students in the School of Communication and Bienen School of Music.
Congratulations, you landed an interview! You’ve been practicing answering interview questions but you just found out it’s not over the phone, or in person, it’s virtual! Whether it’s a Skype interview or a digital interview using a program such as HireVue, it’s important to plan ahead and present yourself in the best way possible for ultimate success.
Practice: Mock virtual interviews with a friend or career adviser can help you gain confidence, improve your interview skills, and get familiar with the technology.
Make your space interview-appropriate. A quiet room free of distractions with a neutral wall to serve as a backdrop is best. Ideally, this is a space that you have to yourself, but if others will be nearby, let them know in advance so that they…
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