ICF Tip #9 – Ask Questions

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Ask Questions

After you’ve done your research on the employers, create a list of questions to ask.  Some general ones you might consider are:

  • What particular skills/qualifications does (organization’s name) look for in prospective employees/interns?
  • Are there certain courses or experiences you suggest to be a successful candidate?
  • What is your organizations interview and hiring process?
  • What has your experience at (organization’s name) been like?

Show that you’ve done your research and ask questions about what you’ve learned Continue reading

ICF Tip #7 – Understand What You’re Being Evaluated on

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Understand What You’re Being Evaluated On

After a fair, some companies have their recruiters complete a simple evaluation sheet on the candidates they meet.  These sheets can include most of the following:

Personal Appearance: dress like you are a serious candidate and they’ll treat you like you are a serious candidate.

Professionalism:  come prepared, be able to communicate your skills clearly and concisely, and be knowledgeable about the employer and what they do. Continue reading