How to Interview for a Career in Law

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How to Interview for a Career in Law

Posted on August 9th, by Todd Tenge in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Job interviews are stressful by nature.

The stakes are high, as one wrong move could cost you gainful employment, and the stress of that situation is compounded by the fact that many other candidates are doing their best to make themselves look better than you.

If you know what to expect and how to handle yourself during … Read More »

A Creative Approach to Interview Preparation

Posted on June 4th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. 1 Comment

By Ann Eastham
Contributor, Career Coach

Interviewing can be one of the most stress inducing aspects of a job search, especially when you are new to the process. Speaking with someone you don’t know can be challenging under ideal conditions, much less when your goal of the interaction is to land your dream job.

Preparing for an interview … Read More »

Networking: Beyond the Job Application

Posted on April 7th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. 1 Comment

Ann Eastham, Career Coach

When you’re a job seeker, the biggest frustration is by far the process of applying for jobs online and never knowing if your application is even reviewed. It can feel like your resume is just in outer space. You’re not alone in feeling this way; so many people do. You may wonder … Read More »

Do Be Prepared for Your Job Interview

Posted on March 23rd, by Corey Hurwitz in networking/interviewing. No Comments

An abundance of articles have been written on job interview do’s (do be on time, do maintain eye contact) and don’ts (don’t chew gum, don’t criticize former supervisors).  However, there seems to be far less written about preparing for the actual interview questions and exchange.  Many candidates arrive for the job interview meticulously following prescribed … Read More »

Is Your Cover Letter Sabotaging Your Job Search?

Posted on March 9th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

By Marcia Powers
Contributor, Career Services

A cover letter, when done right, can help set you apart from your competition and solidify your chances of getting the interview. However, using a poorly written cover letter (or no cover letter at all) can sabotage your opportunity. Before submitting your next job application, check to make sure you haven’t … Read More »

Interview Tips for a Public Utilities Career: Part 2

Posted on March 9th, by Alan Carniol in networking/interviewing. No Comments

This is a continuation of our earlier article “Interview Tips for a Career in Public Utilities”.

Types of Behavioral Questions You’ll Be Asked When Interviewing For A Job at a Public Utility

In most cases, you will have a team of interviewers questioning you. The company needs to do this to ensure that you are the best … Read More »

Finding Passion in Your Government Career

Posted on January 9th, by Christie Mims in Career Advice. No Comments

Working for the government has its benefits: Stable work, decent healthcare, and most importantly – interesting missions.

But…what if you hate it? Or, you are bored and want a change, but don’t want to end up feeling the same way that you do now.

ARGGHHHHH. The agony.

But don’t worry: There are a few things that you can … Read More »

Informational Interview Tips

Posted on January 7th, by Andrew Conlon in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Informational interviews are a great way to network, meet professionals in your field and gain advice about moving forward in your career.  Informational interviews take of the pressure of interviewing for particular positions and instead allow you to ask questions, meet more informally and build relationships.  You’re not asking directly for a job but rather … Read More »

Bringing Storytime to the Boardroom and the Classroom

Posted on December 12th, by Bennett Dwosh in education/training. No Comments

Think back to the last great presentation that you watched. How did the speaker begin? Did he or she start by jumping right into the details or did they launch into a narrative, setting the stage for what was to come?

As presenters, in our jobs, community involvement, or in the classroom, we have the opportunity … Read More »

Fear of Hacking Could Send Your Resume Packing

Posted on December 10th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

By Courtney Bousquet
Career Coach at American Public University

In the day and age of digital resumes and job applications you could be hurting yourself by doing this simple and common thing, sending attachments to recruiters. In the wake of credit card hacking and identity theft, companies are cracking down on hacking threats by suggesting employees avoid … Read More »