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An interview is really a conversation; a mutual exchange of information. Your role during the interview is to promote yourself, and sell your skills to the employer for a specific position.  The interviewer will be trying to learn more about you and determine if you will be a good fit for the job.

Remember you want to use the interview to:

  • Discover information you may not have found during your research
  • Provide information that will highlight your accomplishments, and expand upon your resume and cover letter
  • Learn more about the job, position, and organization
  • Make the interviewer see you as an asset to the organization, and reaffirm the decision to meet you.

Interviewing Tips
Interview Questions Tips  
Dressing for Success Tips

Other Ways to Prepare - Practice Interviews
If you feel you need more preparation to interview comfortably, you can set up a meeting with a career counselor for a mock-interview, where you can practice answering difficult questions, describing your strengths and qualifications, as well as good etiquette. Call the Career Center at (914) 251-6370 or email us at to schedule a meeting.   Want to practice more on your own 24/7, create a free account with Big Interview (see below). 

Interviewing Advice:  How to Ace Your Face-to-Face!

How to Answer the Toughest Interview Questions

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Use Big Interview to learn and practice your interview skills, whether you’re interviewing for a job or graduate school.  Big Interview also has tutorials, a question/answer library and more!

Updated 9/2015