“I think I blew the interview.” Emily said. “I didn’t really know what to say when she asked me about different situations.”
Emily had been given behavioral interview questions. She had been ready for the standard questions regarding her background and her interests. But when she was asked to give examples of “when you were in conflict with a co-worker” or “you faced an ethical dilemma”, she stammered and even responded: “I can’t really think of anything.”
Most recent college graduates are inexperienced at interviewing and few are naturals.
Career Counseling Connecticut has been successfully preparing students for high stakes job interviews for nearly a decade.