Interview With A Buckeye, Day 1
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020
Location: Denney Hall, 050
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Host: ASC Career Success
Interview with a Buckeye: February 18-19, 2020
**NOTE** This event is for undergraduate Arts and Sciences ONLY
Improve your interviewing confidence and your ability to make a positive impression, and increase your chances of succeeding in a post career fair interview by participating in the Interview with a Buckeye event February 18-19. Multiple time slots will be available on both days, with all mock interviews being held in 050 Denney Hall.
For this event we are bringing-in College of Arts and Sciences alumni who will provide feedback about your interviewing skills, answer questions you may have about interviewing, and provide tips for resume improvement. This is an excellent opportunity to network with Arts and Sciences alumni and to learn more about how they’re using their degree in the workplace. This event takes place over two days. You may review day two here.
Please consider this opportunity seriously before signing up. A mock interview is a commitment, just like a real interview. You are expected to arrive ten minutes early and dress professionally. If you are unable to keep this commitment, please email Randy Dineen, at firstname.lastname@example.org, as soon as possible so your slot may be released to another interested candidate. Simply not showing up is unprofessional and will have consequences associated with it.
Please register for this event on Handshake:
If you have a Disability and rely on a screen reader or the keyboard for access to your computer you will experience difficulty using the Handshake application. As the University works with Handshake to improve accessibility, please contact email@example.com for assistance in navigating and using this application. A member of our team will respond within 2 business days to assist you.
This event is open to all Arts and Sciences Students and will be particularly beneficial to those in these Career Communities:
Career Communities help you discover new career paths, inform you of community-specific networking events, and exciting ways to become career ready! Join as many as you’d like. Log into Handshake, select “Career Interests” from your account drop-down menu, and identify the Career Communities that interest you!
This program contributes to the development of these Career Readiness Competencies:
- Oral and Written Communication
- Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
- Career Management