Aug 22, 2018 - 07:30 AM
Start by considering your own application. What is your personal brand and what about yourself are you trying to emphasize? These are the things you need to talk about during the interview. Is there anything in your resume or cover letter you might need to explain? You should have answers prepared ahead of time.
Ask how the company conducts the interview. Panel interviews have a different feel than one-on-one formats. While you should have your portfolio with you in any case, some businesses are more interested in them than others. You may be asked to demonstrate actual job skills in a simulated practical sit-down.
Next, review common interview questions. You should be able to discuss a personal strength, weakness, and a situation where you've dealt with conflict. Remember that these answers are most effective as stories that stress your ability as an employee.