Interviewing is a two way process that allows the employer to assess your fit for the position and organization by asking questions about your experiences, qualifications, and career interests, while also allowing you to learn about and assess the organization and specific position to which you are applying.
During the interview process, not only is the employer assessing your fit for the organization, but also Union College’s fit as a target recruiting school. As such, it’s important for you to remember that you represent yourself and Union. Treat every interaction with employers as critically important for both yourself and the College.
To learn more about interviewing review our Interview Guide.
To prepare for and practice virtual interviewing, you have two options;
- Schedule an Interview Preparation appointment or Mock Interview with a Career Center Adviser through Handshake or email us at email@example.com.
- Utilize Big Interview, our free online training tool.
The tool will help you practice with the ability to record and review your answers. Choose from dozens of interview sets and over 20 different industries/majors. Utilize nearly 40 lessons and learn all the best interviewing techniques to get you on track.
Go to Union Big Interview and click on Register (first time users will find instructions on how to register). Use Google Chrome browser to eliminate any glitches with video/audio.
View this Big Interview Explanation Video to learn more. Click on the "play" button to begin.
If you don't have a digital Webcam, you can use ours from the Career Center; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.