Interviewing

Interviews are usually the final step in the hiring process. It is important to prepare and practice before your interview date. We recommend you use the following resources to maximize your chances of a job or internship offer.

 
  You may be asking yourself questions like;  What are typical interviewing questions or how do I practice answering a STAR interviewing question or what should I write in my follow up thank you note? Fortunately, the Interview Guide can help get you prepared to ace the interview.
 

Big Interview is a self-guided interview tool with learning guidelines, interviews by industry, and more. Create your free account with your Lemoyne.edu address. 

Big Interview is now also available to alumni! Prepare for your next interview by completing mock interviews tailored to your specific industry, job, and experience level. To access the program you will need an organization code. Please email us at careers@lemoyne.edu for the code

  Make an Appointment : Schedule a mock interview or interview prep appointment with a Career Coach
  Interviewing by phone or virtual links: A phone interview is typically geared towards a brief conversation otherwise known as a “phone screen”. This may determine whether you move onto the next step in the interview process. Therefore treat this conversation as you would for a normal interview. For virtual interviews tips click on the link for some best practices .Virtual Interviewing Tips