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					Freshman Seminar

     Interviews
  Job Applications
    Interviews & Job Applications

   Determine skills and work habits that
    employers want and those habits they
    don’t want
   Become familiar with a resume
   Become familiar with job applications and
    interviews
   Prepare for portfolio product
                 Interviews

   Make a list of the top ten things you should
    do to prepare for a job interview
                     Interviews

   Why is an interview important?
   What kind of message do you send to the
    employer at the interview?
   What part do clothes play in that
    message?

       Let’s look at “interviews gone bad”
7 Interview Tips   Write
                   These
                   Down!
                 Handouts
   Congratulations! You got the interview.
   Here are detailed tips and questions you
    need to be prepared to answer. You will
    be interviewed next week.
   Sign on the roster for your scheduled
    interview.
   Dress appropriately.
   This will be taped
Let’s rank the questions
           Interview Checklist

   Let’s review the do’s and don’t’s of a
    successful interview
Panel Interview

Get out Blue Readers
    # 52 and #53
Interviews: How Not To Get The
              Job
   Turn to blue reader # 48
Do you think
Ron would
have been
screened
out? Why or
why not?




What did he
do that left
a bad
impression?
   Make a T chart of what people may and
    what they may not ask you on a job
    application
            Job Applications

   Why do you think employers use job
    applications?
    What Do Employers Do With Job
            Applications?
   Screen, screen, screen
   Job applications provide a summary of
    information
   Can read application and decide if going to
    waste time interviewing person
   It gives a first impression without having
    ever met the person
             Job Applications

   Complete an application

   A peer will review your application and
    comment.
           Interview Checklist

   Using the provided checklist, make a
    comic strip, flow chart, or other visual of
    you going through the listed steps for a job
    interview. You can do a “disaster” story
   You must use at least 2 elements from
    each of the 4 sections
        Personal Growth Plans

   Complete the essay as required and turn
    in for credit.
          Holland Code Essay

   Outline your answers to the Holland Code
    Essay which you will have to perfect for
    your career portfolio.
        Research Potential Careers

   In pairs, complete the following worksheet.

   Sites for Job Information
       http://www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm

       http://www.usajobs.opm.gov

       http://www.jobprofiles.org

				
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