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Seniors Practice Interviewing Skills in Mojo Workshop

Some 120 students and community members recently spent the day working on their mojo—but there wasn’t much voodoo or magic involved. Instead, the group participated in the third iteration of the Career Center’s Interview Mojo program, which is aimed at helping students increase their facility with and confidence in professional interviews.  More ...

Students chat with administrators and community professionals during an interview workshop for students on Jan. 27.
Career Center Hosts Interview Mojo Workshop

Hamilton’s Career Center is constantly evolving and creating new programming to help students achieve success following graduation. On Jan. 27 the Career Center launched its newest program, Interview Mojo, which focused on the skill of job interviewing and the ways in which it can be practiced and improved.  More ...

Counselors' Pick: Prepare for your next interview with InterviewStream

So, you got the call.  They want you to come in for an interview.  There’s only one problem: you’ve never had an interview before.  Don’t worry, Hamilton’s new tool InterviewStream is the solution!  More ...

10 Ways To Market Your Liberal Arts Degree

Let's face it; liberal-arts degrees get a bum rap. Everyone wants to know what in the world you're going to be able to do with that philosophy or history or literature degree. There's lots of material out there about why it's a great idea to major in liberal arts, as well as information on how to choose a career that maximizes your liberal-arts degree. But there's not much written about how to actually market your degree to employers.  More ...

"Get That Job! 5 Great Tips to Ace the Interview"

"With all of the challenges the current economy is throwing at us, more and more people find themselves looking for new jobs. Many people perform great in the initial screening process only to find themselves being passed over after the in-person interview. Here are five job interview tips that you can use to increase the chances that you’ll ace your next job interview." Joshua Riddle  More ...

Job Interview Tips from Hamilton Alumni

An interview serves as one of the most important interactions between you and your potential employer. In an interview, you stand in the spotlight. That means the interviewer is listening to every word you say, and even the best orator can make some potentially fatal flaws in his or her personal presentation. Just like after a first date, if you mess up an interview, there is a good chance the employer will not call you back.  More ...

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