The Professional Mock Interview
Mar 19, 2014
from 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm
|Contact Name||Jackie Fryer|
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Description. Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall to see how someone else’s job interview went? Do you wish you could get honest feedback about how you interviewed immediately afterward? This is your chance to watch as a graduate student gets that very opportunity. Sit in the audience to watch a graduate student be mock interviewed by professionals who regularly interview candidates. Following the interview, the professionals will share feedback with the group and the candidate and audience will have chance to ask questions. Don’t miss this great opportunity to see the interview from the inside!
Learning Outcomes. After attending the session, participants will:
- Consider their own methods of interviewing
- Identify additional information and preparation they need to best interview
- Outline lessons learned from the mock interview and discuss next steps
Presenters. Ms. Becky Clark is Associate Director and Career Coach at the UofL Career Development Center. She offers presentations and individual appointments for students for a range of services related to the career development process, including job search strategies, resume/CV and cover letter preparation, interviewing techniques and strategies and mock interview practice, graduate/professional school application critique, transitional skill development from student to the professional world, and other career services.
Michelle Rodems, Ph.D., is program manager for the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS) and the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning. Michelle acts as a liaison between the graduate student professional development efforts of SIGS and the faculty professional development efforts of the Delphi Center. Michelle's research and professional interests include teaching and learning in higher education, educational technology and social media, graduate student professional development, and collaboration between faculty, student affairs, and academic affairs.
Amy Lueck is a fourth year doctoral student in Rhetoric and Composition researching the historical literacy practices of Louisville's first high schools. She is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the English Department and Graduate Research Assistant for the School Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, where she assists with PLAN and mentoring programming.