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Interviewing Skills Module

The Interviewing Skills webpage discusses all aspects of the interview, including what to expect, how to prepare, what to bring with you, what you should wear, how you should answer questions and the different types of interviews. You will also learn about interview etiquette and the after-interview follow-up.

Professional Dress

“Professional Dress: How to Present a Positive Image” details the appropriate attire to wear to project a professional image in a job interview.

Negotiate Your Salary

Learning the art of negotiating your salary may help you earn more money, receive extra benefits or provide increased flexibility in your work environment.

Practice Your Interviewing Skills with a Mock Interview

Gain confidence and expert feedback from career coaches at no cost with SECO’s video mock interview services.

Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Coaching Packages

Explore your interests, refresh your resume and jump-start your career by working with career coaches on specialized coaching packages.

Follow Up After Your Interview

Stand out from other jobseekers by learning to follow up appropriately after your interview. Following up can also provide additional opportunities for you to connect with hiring managers.

Follow up on Your Resume

Avoid feeling frustrated and disappointed when you submit your resume for a position and receive no response. Follow up on each resume you submit — your effort could result in more interviews.

Building Your Offline Brand

Personal branding is about who you are and what differentiates you from others. Your personal brand should tell what you know, what you have achieved and what you have to offer to potential employers.

Connect through Informational Interviews

An informational interview is a one-on-one meeting with an individual who works in the industry you hope to join, holds a position similar or a step higher than one you’re seeking or works for a company you’re interested in.

Employer Perspective on Hiring

An employer's top candidates for a job have the required education and relevant work experience. It is often the candidates' interpersonal skills that make them stand out. Highlighting these skills and understanding why employers value them may help you land a job faster.