- Have a resume
- Have good hygiene
- Dress professionally
- Shake the interviewers hand
- Not chew gum
- Have a positive attitude
- Have eye contact
- Not have your phone out
- Be prepared to answer questions
- Talk about your references
- Talk about your work and/or volunteer history
- Try not say uh, um, yeah, like
- Not fidget
- Have good posture
- Try not to be affected by things that happened before the interview
Some of us were nervous and some of us were confident. We all felt more comfortable the second day.
Kiara: It was harder when they asked me questions that I didn't prepare for. I think I did pretty well for my first mock interview ever. Now I understand what I have to do for a real interview.
Julie: I feel more confident now after practicing. The hard part is waiting to hear from them afterwards. In the past I would bug the employer and now I will wait.
Kelli: My interviewers said that I have improved from my first interview. I felt like I did really well with Christina because I was able to laugh.
Trinity: Overall, I was really nervous for the first mock interview but I did better than expected. I like how every interviewer was with me.