Practice Interview Week for Juniors and Seniors January 26-29, 2015
(a MUST for students seeking internships and jobs)
Practice interviews will teach you how to identify the skills and competencies interviewers look for, and how to prepare in advance for difficult questions. All students will receive feedback on how to improve.
Employers tell us that NIU students struggle with answering behavioral and situational interview questions.
You are competing against students from all Midwest schools (think Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa), not just NIU Huskies.
Other schools require their students to practice interviewing to give them a competitive advantage.
Employers are making hiring decisions earlier.
The interview gets you the job/internship!
JUNIOR and SENIOR Practice Interview Schedule
Monday & Tuesday, January 26 & 27: LA&S and COB students
Wednesday, January 28: VP&A, H&HS, COE, and CEET students
Thursday, January 29: Any major, Junior and Senior students
Location: Campus Life Building (CLB), Campus Recruiting Suite, Room 260
Time: Interviews will be 30 minutes long, beginning at 8:30 AM and ending at 4:30 PM.
Required: Professional Dress (or business casual - no jeans or tees) and a resume
Questions? Email us at email@example.com or stop by our Career Resource Center, Campus Life Building (CLB), Room 235, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM for assistance with your Resume, Interview Sign-up, Interview Preparation, Job Search Assistance, and/or Huskies-Get-Hired account.
If I schedule a practice interview, I will show up for my interview.
If I choose to cancel my practice interview, I must have an extenuating circumstance. The deadline for canceling an interview is 9:00 AM two business days before my scheduled practice interview day.
I understand that if I miss an interview, my Huskies Get Hired! account will be terminated if I do not write a prompt, professionally worded apology letter to the employer explaining my absence. A copy of the apology must be submitted to Campus Recruiting (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When I publish my resume in Huskies Get Hired!, I understand my contact information is visible to employers and my resume may be released to employers.