Interviewing Skills

ABILITY TO CONDUCT A FORMAL CONVERSATION WITH A POTENTIAL EMPLOYER OR ADMISSIONS OFFICER WHO IS SEEKING TO DETERMINE IF A STUDENT IS THE BEST FIT FOR THAT OPPORTUNITY.

Informational Interviews are when you ask an individual within a field of interest to meet so you may learn more about the industry or career field as well as make connections/build a network. This is not an opportunity to ask for a job or internship.

Guide to Informational Interviewing

Informational Interviews – Networking

The Muse – Three Steps to the Perfect Interview

Forbes – How to Land and Ace an Informational Interview

Behavioral interviewing is the most common type of interview style for employers to utilize. Behavioral interview questions allow for candidates to highlight past behavior predictors and for employers to anticipate potential future behavior.

5 Steps/5 Minutes: How to Prepare for an Interview

Interviewing 101 Video

Overview of Interviewing Guide

Behavioral Interview Sample Questions

Behavioral Interview Information using STAR Method

Interviewing Worksheet

How to Ask Great Questions (video)

The purpose of case interviewing is to evaluate an individual’s analytical thinking skills and poise under pressure to solve a business problem with the ability to show a solid recommendation.

WFU School of Business Case Interview Guide

Case Interview Overview Video

Case in Point PowerPoint

Deloitte Sample Case

Sample Case Interview Questions

Case Preparation Fall 2023 (Schedule & Recordings)

Case Preparation Fall 2022 (Slides & Recordings)

Interested in practicing cases 1:1?
Schedule with Andy Gong (MSM ’21, MSBA ’22)

Technical interviews are often used interchangeably with case interviews to showcase knowledge of the industry, work, and clients of the employer. It allows the interviewee to demonstrate knowledge of key analysis tools including financial ratios and profitability framework.

Technical Interviewing Guide

15 Questions Technical Hiring Managers Love To Ask In Interviews

Gamified Assessments Overview & Prep Steps 

Practice Gamified Assessments

Data Analyst Interview Questions

Healthcare Analyst Interview Questions

Combined interviews are processes that include multiple components of behavioral, case, and technical interview formats. Employers want to know if you are a good fit and have a can-do and will-do attitude.

Phone screen interviews are the first level of an interview conducted by a recruiter to determine you will progress to the full interview process with the hiring manager.

Forbes How to Ace a Phone Interview

Indeed – 15 Phone Interview Questions and Answers

Pre-recorded videos are a screening tool used to assess candidates in a format that allows review by multiple decision-makers in multiple locations.

Recorded Interview Tips

Practice with The InterviewPrep App

Pre-recorded videos are a screening tool used to assess candidates in a format that allows review by multiple decision-makers in multiple locations.

Recorded Interview Tips

Practice with The InterviewPrep App

Virtual interviewing is becoming more and more popular with employers. You’ll need to prepare for a virtual interview differently than an in-person one.

Live Video Interviewing Tips

Practice with InterviewPrep

Virtual Interview Video by Volkswagon

Virtual Career Fair Resource: How to Navigate Virtual Recruiting

During the final rounds of interviews, candidates will be asked to meet for interviews at the business location. Office interviews determine fit with the local office and offer the opportunity to meet with personnel at all levels in the organization. These types of interviews often include lunch or dinner.

Overview of Interviewing

Guide on What to Wear to the Interview

Commonly Asked Interview Questions

Super days are special as this is when employers invite groups of candidates to meet and interview personnel at all levels. This type of interviewing day typically includes networking, lunch, and team building activities.

Interview Prep Checklist

Interviewing: More Commonly Asked Questions

Career Resources

Skill Building Courses

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