From informational interviews to Skype interviews to multi-day onsite interviews, these crucial stages of your job search cause a lot of stress. Learn and practice how NOT to crash and burn at the interview in this interactive session.
Laura Dominguez Chan, Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Career Communities, BEAM, Stanford Career Education
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This two-page reference features concrete advice to help you ace your next interview. Designed for all levels, it is divided into three sections: Before, during and after the Interview.
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