Ace the Interview

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Congratulations! You have toiled through the application process and your hard work has FINALLY paid off because you just received an interview request! After you’ve danced, called your parents, and shouted for joy, go back and read the interview offer carefully and send an email, thanking your contact for the invitation and accepting the offer to interview. Depending on how your contact wants to interview you, you may be speaking through Skype, the phone or in-person.

Learn interviewing skills through Purdue’s Center for Career Opportunities. REFINE THE BASICS PRACTICE THE STAR METHOD CONDUCT COMPANY RESEARCH DRESS FOR SUCCESS ASK QUESTIONS SEND A THANK YOU



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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ace the Interview by Purdue University?

Ace the Interview is a learning resource for Interviewing. It is available in the following format(s): Website. It is suited for High School - College students.

What grade level is Ace the Interview by Purdue University appropriate for?

It is designed for High School - College students, but could be useful for students of other ages as well; please look at the description and images to determine suitability.

How much does Ace the Interview by Purdue University cost?

It is free!