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Ch 3: Interviewing for an Internship

About This Chapter

This lesson provides detailed instructions on the process of completing a job application and interviewing for an internship. The information can help you make the most out of an internship interview and prepare you for your career.

Interviewing for an Internship: Chapter Summary

It can be pretty nerve-wracking thinking about the questions that could be asked of you during an internship interview. In this chapter, guidance counselors give you tips to avoid interview mishaps and be confident about the process. This chapter includes lessons on:

Preparing for your interview

This video lesson summarizes a few of the steps that should be completed before meeting with a potential employer. You'll learn about steps like researching the company and having answers ready for common interview questions like, 'what's your best quality?' or 'what can you bring to this job?'

Ways to avoid interview pitfalls

To become the best candidate for a job, there are some basic rules to follow during the interview process. The short videos in this lesson instruct you on how to display proper body language, among other helpful tips.

Avoiding Common Application Mistakes

A job application is the first impression that an employer will have of you. Learn how to maximize your ability to secure an interview by preventing common errors on a job application.

Getting ready for a career fair

A career fair, or job fair, puts you front and center in a potential employer's face. Before you begin the interview process, there are a series of steps to complete so that you can make an impression. The guidance counselors can advise you on what to do before attending a career fair.

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