Preparing for the U.S. Internship/Job Interview: Part 1 (International Undergraduate Students)
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
• 6:00 PM
- 7:30 PM
Location: Gateway Transit Village, 4th Fl. (next to Barnes & Noble on CAC)
The American-style interview is an important part of the job search process for internships and full-time employment. You will learn the interview process—from start to finish, the most common types of interviews, typical interview questions, and how to follow up with interviewers.
*Note: All students completing part 1 & part 2 of this workshop series, including pre-and-post virtual mock interviews, and meeting with a career development specialist will receive a certificate of completion and have the opportunity to participate in a raffle drawing.*
This program requires preregistration. To register:
- Login to your CareerKnight account
- Select "Events, Workshops & Contests" on the left menu bar
- Select "Workshops" in the secondary gray bar
- You can use the keyword search field to search through the various programs in the system to locate this event
RSVP No-Show Policy:
Participants are considered "no-shows" when they fail to cancel their RSVPs through CareerKnight with sufficient notice (within 24 hours of the program). Failure to attend events for which students have submitted RSVPs will result in a suspension of all CareerKnight privileges, including On-Campus Interviews and job postings. In case of inclement weather, please check www.rutgers.edu to determine the University's operating status. We will follow all closings and delays.
Why we need a no-show/cancellation policy for events: Please note that when participants no-show for events that require an RSVP, it is unfair to potential participants who wanted to attend but couldn't due to a possible waitlist. In addition, for some events (not all) we have employers and organizers who participate and they are giving their time to assist RU students/alumni. Thus, having no-shows for RSVP events not only reflects negatively on you, but on Rutgers University as well. Moreover, such lapses of etiquette are generally not tolerated in business and civic settings.