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?
Review the top ten questions you’ll most likely be asked at a job interview, plus examples of the best answers.
Whether you are transitioning careers or just beginning your career, you need a good story about your journey. Find out how to craft a story with all the key elements to motivate yourself and also enlist the help of others.
You’re welcome for this guide on thank you notes for your potential employer after an interview.
View this document to find helpful tips to help get you prepped for your interview. Find tips, example questions to ask your interviewer, and how to answer questions. Also, understanding the position and organization will give you a way to see both the big picture and the unique role this position plays in the organization and the best way to leverage your own skills to fit this role.
Jump for joy after your interview by viewing this how-to guide to successful interviewing built by CSU professionals and employers. Did you know that you are 40% more likely to get a job if you practice interviewing? Learn strategies to have an effective interview, create your story and practice your examples in SAR format. Also view our mock interview site here!
Leave your interview with confidence after reading these tips.
The Junior League Career Closet is the signature project of the Junior League of Fort Collins, providing clothing appropriate for work and school to more than 300 women annually at no cost to them.
If you don’t have the financial means to get business attire, the CSU Career Center has got your back.