An employer will invite you for an interview if they believe that you have the skills to succeed at their company. The goal of the interview is to conﬁrm if you are a good ﬁt for the position and the company’s culture.
After rounds of interviews, an employer may consider hiring you and ask for references from your former supervisors. What exactly is a reference? Who should you ask? How do you ask? Here are some insights into securing yourself a strong reference.
As an experienced job candidate, it’s important to comfortably and ﬂuently describe how your experience, accomplishments, and career goals match the expectation and needs of the employer. Here are key steps to help you brush up on your interviewing skills.
A case interview is the analysis of a business question. Unlike most other interview questions, it is an interactive process. Your interviewer will present you with a business problem and ask for your opinion. Your job is to ask the interviewer logical questions that enable you to make detailed recommendations.
Columbia University prohibits any form of discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, pregnancy, religion, creed, marital status, partnership status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, military status, or any other legally protected status.
Writing or speaking to your audience is the key to crafting persuasive application materials and sharing your story effectively in interviews and networking interactions. In this second installment of Humanities Skills for the Job Search, we’re talking about how to use your understanding of audience to begin crafting a persuasive pitch.Read more
Dear, Niamh I went through on-campus interviewing and did not get a job. What do I do now? -Roar-ee the job hunter Dear Job Hunter, Don’t panic! On-campus interviewing is simply one way to get a job...Read more
This September we hosted our Software/Tech Practice Interview Night to help future software engineers prepare to ace their interviews. We hosted over twenty students for a whiteboarding session with professionals working in the industry. Students were able to hear feedback on their approach and execution, and gain a real sense of what a technical interview looks and feels like.Read more