What is the number one skill employers’ value in new college graduates? Good communication skills -- both written and oral. Our Hiram College liberal arts curriculum stresses these skills. This is your time to put them to work!
Learning to convey your skills, interests, and experiences to a potential employer in a clear confident manner is crucial to a successful internship and job search. And just like riding a bike, interviewing gets easier with practice. Never go for an interview without preparing first with a practice interview or by practicing with technology.
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Practice 24/7 from your computer/webcam. Learn to eliminate, "Umm... Like... You know..."
- Choose your interview question set.
- Review your interview with Career Center staff, a faculty member or friend. Or no one.
- Retry. When you get that internship or job, the effort will be worth it.
Practice Interviews at the Career Center
Prefer to practice with a real person? Practice interviews are conducted in the Career Center each semester by request. Experienced alumni and local Human Resources professionals are ready to help you.