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Rock Your Interview!

Do you have a job interview coming up? First, congratulations! If you have been selected for an interview, that means you have what they are looking for on paper. Now you need to prepare. The Office of Student Engagement & Career Development has outlined the 3 most important aspects to rocking your interview. They are to Prepare, Practice, and Reflect.

The Office of Student Engagement and Career Development has the following resources to ensure you are ready to go! Preparation and practice are key!

Guide on what to wear

Prepare for your Interview and Practice

Schedule a Mock Interview or Interview Prep Appointment

Advice from the American Psychological Association

How to earn that 'Welcome Aboard'

Ace the Top 5 Interview Questions

Interviews and Negotiation

Career Coaching

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Experiential Learning Coaching appointments are available to Psychology & Psychological Science majors as well as Psychology Minors and are appropriate for the following:

  • -All steps involved in obtaining hands-on experience 
  • -Career Exploration
  • -Resume Writing
  • -Cover Letter Writing
  • -Interview Prep
  • -Professionalism
  • -Internship Course Questions

Are you looking for one-on-one assistance with all things career readiness? Schedule a one-on-one appointment with Shanda Romans, Psychology's Experiential Learning Coordinator!

Appointments are available in person, or Zoom: Click here


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Are you looking for one-on-one assistance? All current University of Arizona College of Science students book an appointment with our College of Science Career Coaches through Handshake for 1-on-1 support with career exploration, resume & cover letter building support, interview practice & preparation, and more!

Appointments are available in person, virtually on Zoom, email, or phone.

How to Make an Appointment:

  • To book an appointment with Rachel, use this link or watch this video as a guide.