Tag: interview

The Art of the Thank You Note

Even if you walk out of a job interview feeling confident that you've aced it (and relieved that it's over) it's important to remember that you're not done yet! Thanking your interviewer(s) for speaking with you is not only polite, but taking the time to write a good thank you note can set you apart ...

Get Your Career “In Shape:” Show Your T-Shape To Employers

As you consider where you would like to work, and what you would like to do when you get there, and the skills that you can take to your internship while at BU or an entry-level position upon graduation, keep in mind the other side of the coin. What are employers seeking in the current ...

Interview Tips from Employers

Let's face it, interviews can be hard. Don't you wish an employer would give you the list of questions they're going to ask you before the big day? While we can't tell you what you'll be asked, we can share some interview tips we've heard from employers. Sometimes, the most basic question can throw a ...

Mock Interviewing

It's happened to all of us - we get asked a question that absolutely stumps us. Or we answer a question and think later, "Gee, that didn't come out the way I meant." When it comes to preventing these moments, practice in advance can be a great help. Mock interviewing is a great way to ...

Art of the Interview: Meta-Talk Your Way to a Job

During an interview, even one you’re well prepared for, you might get a question you’re uncertain how to answer. Maybe it’s an important question you could give a long answer to, but you wonder whether that would be okay. Or it’s an unusual question that catches you by surprise. Or it’s a question whether you ...

In Job Interviews, Look Before You Leap

When you go on an interview, especially a later round interview at the company office, you will want to make sure that you gather as much information about the company, role, culture, and people as the interviewer(s) gather about you. You should be interviewing the interviewer. Just like they are trying to make sure that ...

How to Avoid Job Scams

Let's face it, it's hard to look for a job or an internship. There are so many methods available (e.g., Handshake, LinkedIn, networking, etc.), and postings usually include limited details. It can be hard to decide which positions to apply for and which to avoid.  If an employer or a job sounds too good to ...