|09-23-2010, 07:38 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2007
I've been out of work for almost 3 months and I finally have a promising lead, an interview, next week at a rehabilitation facility for those with serious mental illness.
I have attempted to pursue a career with this facility in January and March, but I have only met dead ends. After some emotional and mental breakthroughs and prayer, I received a call for an interview.
Although thrilled, the pressure is on and I already have a good feeling about the position and the people who work there (I have visited the site in earlier months).
I have overviewed company information and their mission statement. I have printed off common questions asked during an interview.
I am in conflict between doubt, insecurity, excitement and the need to be perfect during this interview. I do not doubt I am capable of the job. I doubt I will impress!
What are some of the most helpful tips and advice you have experienced? What "oops!" have you learned from?
Any creative analogies to use when thinking of an interview setting?
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