This list is not extensive, but is based on my experiences as an interviewee from the past few months.
# 1 Do your homework
At the very least read through the applicant’s resume before the interview. There is nothing more annoying than having to sit there while the interviewer reads through your resume, in detail, while you sit there in silence. If you happen to have more time, it would be beneficial to view their LinkedIn profile and if they have a website I would recommend checking that out too. (more…)
I recently imported all of my blog content (from Travel Pod) regarding my 2014 Reading Break Trip to California! I thought I would let you all know so you could check them out. I had to complete this for an assignment in my Communications Class, but I am very glad I did so I have a detailed description of my holiday.
The other day I was cleaning my room and in one of the books I found one of those “Dear Future Ariel” letters. I had forgotten that I had even written it until I found it, but once I found it the memories came flooding back.
I think it was in Health Class in fourth grade that we did this activity. I cannot remember exactly what it was supposed to teach us, but it was a good listen because it definitely helped me. I remember we in order to write the letters we were to write things they we ourselves knew about (i.e. how we keep healthy, what we think we are good at, etc.). The secondary part of the project was for everyone to write something about their classmates that they liked about them. The teachers then compiled that information and gave back a final list of ‘results’ to each student to inset into their letters.