When searching for a job, you may feel like you’re not qualified enough to get it. But you are. Here’s how to take your doubts and struggles and turn them into strengths, according to Aimée Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.
This article includes a list of thoughtful questions students can ask recruiters during interviews or other interactions to assess their organizations’ DEI priority and commitment.
In our final day of International Student Career Week, we cover interviewing, salary and additional negotiating, and accepting a job offer.
Now is the ideal time to brush up on your interview skills, especially your virtual interviewing skills. Companies are still hiring, and will most likely be asking you to interview through a virtual platform like Zoom or Skype. There are many similarities between in-person and virtual interviews, but also some important differences. In this webinar […]
Big Interview is a great resource to get you ready for both virtual and in-person interviews.
As more and more interviews are being conducted remotely, watch a Career Coach provide the best tips and tricks for acing your virtual interview!
This article goes over your rights and strategies for navigating the conversation if a potential employer does as you an illegal question in an interview.
Interviewers really like detailed examples when they ask interview questions. Here is a successful format for answering interview questions and developing examples to create concise, poignant answers. Practicing using this format will help you stay on point and tell your story in a compelling way.
You can get started preparing with our Interview Prep site, Big Interview. Review questions by industry, practice answering questions, and send your responses to be reviewed if you like.
This pinterest site has some great non-binary professional dress ideas.
Privacy Rights Clearhouse, a legal nonprofit, provides this guide to background checks. This guide explains what can be covered in a background report, your rights under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and what you can do to prepare for a background check. It also explains your right to get a copy of a background check and what to do if your report includes inaccurate or incomplete information.
What can potential employers ask when they check your job history?