Map to the Job Interviewing Tutorial for Teen Job-Seekers
Here’s how the tutorial is organized:
What teens, high-school students, and entry-level job-seekers need to know about job interviewing.
What teens, high-school students, and entry-level job-seekers need to know about preparing for job interviews.
#1: Being prepared for on-the-spot job interviews.
#2: Knowing something about employers.
#3: Thinking and preparing for how you’ll respond to interview questions.
#4: Engaging in mock and practice interviews.
#5: Planning what you’ll wear (and good grooming too).
What male teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should wear to job interviews.
What male teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should NOT wear to job interviews.
What female teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should wear to job interviews.
What female teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should NOT wear to job interviews.
Personal items that teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should avoid for job interviews..
Personal hygiene and cleanliness are important elements of grooming.
#1: Be on time for the interview… in fact, be a bit early.
How to respond to… Tell me about yourself.
How to respond to… Tell me about a specific time when you did more than was required in your job or schoolwork.
How to respond to… Why should we hire you?
How to respond to an unexpected question, such as… Have you ever seen a safety violation, and what did you do about it?
How to respond to… Are you a team player?
How to respond to… What do you do to prevent errors in your work? Give examples.
What questions should the job-seeker ask in the job interview — and why.
Help seal the deal with a thank-you note/email to each interviewer.
Additional interviewing and job-search resources and tools for teens and young job-seekers.
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