Make a good impression
Itís up to you, the interviewee, to come with a strong sense of who you are and what you can contribute to
the company. Knowing this before you walk in the door is essential. After some initial small talk, the
interviewer will ask you questions about you, your professional goals, and accomplishments. This is your
opportunity to let yourself shine. Make your career goals clear. Make it easy for the interviewer to see
how your strengths can enhance their company and what you will bring to the table. If you have experience
that isnít specifically relevant to the job at hand, create a tapestry to show how the multitude of experience
you have is an asset you are bringing to the company.