interviewing effectively in different settings
Are you planning to enter the job market for a faculty position? These sessions will help you prepare yourself and your application materials. This is a series of eight sessions. We meet every Monday and Wednesday from 3:30 - 5:30 pm, July 22 - August 14. THIS IS THE REGISTRATION FOR SESSION #4: INTERVIEWING. This session covers all aspects of interviewing: phone, Skype, in person and during the campus visit. You will practice answering common interview questions. Everyone improves with practice! Sign up for each of the eight sessions SEPARATELY.
Be prepared to get the most out of your job offers, be they academic or non-academic jobs. This information-packed workshop will give you the tools and information you need to approach job offer negotiations with confidence and clarity.
Nereyda Salinas, founding director, EdCareers, Graduate School of Education
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From phone screenings to Skype calls to multi-day onsite visits, the interviewing stage of your job search can be daunting. This interactive session will give you the tools and practice to bring your best to interviews.
Debra Rosenfeld, assistant director, Counseling and Resources, BioSci Careers, School of Medicine
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Giving a successful job talk requires more than simply knowing your topic inside and out. In this interactive session, Helen Lie from the Oral Communication Program, shares strategies that you can use to engage your audience and give an effective job talk. Includes structuring your talk, effective delivery of your talk, principles of visual design for your slides, and academic job talk tips. There will be opportunities to practice your own speaking.
The Stanford Alumni website hosts this interactive resource that guides you through the many complex steps of securing the career that you want.
The Interview Lab is an interactive meetup for you to learn about and practice interviewing techniques for jobs outside of academia. Learn what employers are looking for in an interview and how to handle a variety of questions, including behavioral questions. We’ll discuss and practice how to market the many skills and experiences you’ve gained during your graduate studies or postdoc and you will work with peers to develop the questions you want to ask.
This session covers all areas of interviewing including phone, Skype or Zoom, in person and your 2nd or 3rd round company visit. We will practice answering common interview questions, and share a 3-step process to best express your up-to-date experience and skills as they relate to the employers’ needs.
What makes for effective teaching documents? You will review examples of statements from successful job seekers. You will begin to identify the points you want to make and the examples you want to use. We will also discuss how to provide "evidence of teaching excellence" and succeeding at the "teaching demonstration." Even if none of the colleges and universities to which you apply ask for a separate teaching statement, the thinking that you do about your teaching as you draft a teaching statement, will strengthen your cover letters and interviews. This workshop is presented by Dr.
Interviewing: This session covers all areas of interviewing including phone, Skype or Zoom, in person and your 2nd or 3rd round company visit. We will practice answering common interview questions, and share a 3-step process to best express your up-to-date experience and skills as they relate to the employers’ needs.
Bring questions about your resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles and anything related to your path to meaningful work. Bring your laptops to work directly on your documents and job/internship searches and connect with other H&S students. A career coach or coaches and industry specialists will be available for questions. (Note that if it's busy, you may need to wait to have your questions answered.) This is for declared bachelor's and master's students in the School of Humanities & Sciences.