Interviews

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The Dirty Dozen Interview Questions (Part I)

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Needless to say, we all want to succeed while being interviewed. Yet it seems no matter how much we prepare, we always come across at least one question that stumps us. This three-part series explores the 12 most commonly asked, commonly-feared interview questions - and gives you the tools to rock the socks off your interviewer!

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Acing Phone Interviews

Interviews

Do telephone interviews  intimidate you? Increasingly, more and more companies are using phone  interviews to weed out potential employees and decide who will move on to the next round. If you're scared of phone interviews, read on for some tips!

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The Top 5 Last Minute Interview Tips You Really Need To Know

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You’ve done all you can do to prepare for that big interview. You’re professionally dressed, confident and ready to roll. Here are some last minute tips that will ensure you make the best impression possible. 

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Natalie's Co-op Job Search Blog: The Tables Have Turned

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During the lightning round Natalie was shortlisted for a third job interview and was ultimately offered a co-op job! She reflects on her latest interivew experience and shares some very important insights you should know to succeed at your next job interview.

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5 Tips for Online Portfolios: Employer’s Perspective

Work Search

Portfolio tips straight from the employers, they share with us what they look for in online portfolios and how they decide who they’re bringing in for interviews. 

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4 Tips on Showing Projects During Interviews

Co-operative Education

Why talk about your work when you can show it?  Good portfolio pieces will help set you apart from other candidates. Here are some important tips from Co-op students, coordinators and employers on showcasing your portfolio during interviews.

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Co-op Employer Identifies Interviewing Weaknesses

Work Search

You've always heard about how to prepare for interviews from your peers and your coordinators, but what about from an employer? Kim Steinbart of the BC Forest Service discusses common interview mistakes and provides tips on how to put your best foot forward.

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Natalie's Co-op Job Search Blog: A Disappointing Interview Experience

interview disappointment

Are you having a difficult time placing a co-op placement? You're not alone! Read about Natalie's disappointment with her second job interview, how she coped with her frustration and the lessons she took away from this experience to improve her interviewing skills and increase her chance at landing a job. 

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Natalie's Co-op Job Search Blog: Lessons from the First Interview

Mock Interview

So you went through the workshops, you took BOL I, and you’ve had your one-on-one with your advisor. Now what? I asked myself the same question when I completed all the initial steps of Co-op. Read on to find out more about Natalie's job search and the lessons she took away from her first job interview.

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Working with Grace: Top Tips for Pre-Screen Interview Success

Interviews

So you applied for a co-op, internship or full-time position and the organization wants to schedule a pre-screen interview with you. Are you scratching your head and wondering what a pre-screen interview is and how you can prepare for it? Here are some must-know tips and questions that can increase your chance at moving on to the next round of the selection process!

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