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How to do a real college interview

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How to interview for a college interview with an agent, hiring agent, or hiring manager: 1.

Ask for an internship.

It can help.

2.

Talk to them about the job and their experience.

If the job is relevant to the job, say you want to work with a college professor.

3.

Ask what the internship is.

They might not be able to tell you much, but they might be able tell you how they’re hiring and what they’re looking for in a candidate.

4.

Ask about your background.

Are you a college student or a college graduate?

What do you like about college?

5.

Ask them if you’re a good fit for the position.

Some interviews can be really good and can lead to good job offers.

But they’re rare.

6.

Ask if they’re interested in having you sign a contract.

It’s not required, but if you do, you should get a copy of it. 7.

Tell them what you’d like to do, what you’re good at, and why you want the job.

8.

Ask how much they’re willing to pay you, and how much you’d have to work for.

9.

Tell the agent or hiring agent if you can be flexible with your work schedule, if they can make you work from home, and if they could use someone to help you get things done.

10.

Tell you what they’ll do if you leave and that you can come back.

They’ll ask if you want them to sign off on that.

11.

Tell a recruiter what you would like to say about your work and why.

They may want to know more about you and how you fit into their world.

12.

Ask to be placed on a waiting list for a position.

They can put you on a “list” or they may need more information to confirm the position is for you.

13.

Ask why they’re asking for that information and if you have a question they can answer.

14.

Ask the recruiter about how they are going to approach your application.

15.

Ask a question about their expectations for you and if it seems reasonable to you.

16.

Ask whether they’re going to let you stay in the office longer or not.

17.

Ask when you’re going on vacation and when you plan to come back home.

18.

Ask who’s handling the job at the end of the interview and if there are any restrictions on who can come on and off the phone.

19.

Ask questions about your family and how they feel about you, your work, and your interests.

20.

Ask any questions about the work and experience of the recruite.

The recruiter will probably be able, in their interest, to answer questions about you.

You can also ask the recruiters about how the hiring manager works.

*********If you have any questions, call the recruiting office at 800-452-4833.

*You can find more on the National College Salary Database at NCSD.com.

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