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Mock Interview Information

Polish your skills by signing up for a 30-minute interview session. This is a great way to receive constructive feedback from a professional interviewer and gain confidence. For interview success this is a MUST.

Sign up is available at the Career Services Center located in TSC, room 218.

Mock Interview Attendance Policy

You are required to dress professionally and bring a resume.

If you fail to appear or do not cancel before 12 pm (noon) the day before an interview date, you will be considered as a no show. You must contact your instructor for permission to reschedule and ask the instructor to contact Career Services for confirmation to reschedule your interview. You will also need to write a letter/email of apology to the mock interview mentor and submit a copy to Karen Bills at

Secrets to Interview Success

The purpose of an interview is for you and an employer to get acquainted and explore the possibility of working together. Knowing who you are and what you can do is critical to your job-hunting success. Think about your interests, skills and abilities (how they apply to the position), education, values, strengths and weaknesses and most of all your career goals.

Preparation is the key which includes researching the company and practicing for the interview. Career Services provides mock interviews which allows you to have a 30-minute practice with a professional and receive constructive feedback.

The links below provide information about interviewing, plus we have resources available to you in the Career Services Center, room 218 of the Thompson Student Center. Let us help you make your interviewing successful.

Need professional attire for your upcoming internship or job interview? The Career Clothing Fund can help! (not applicable for Mock Interviews) 

Before the Interview: Study!

Test Your Skills

Day of the Interview

Following Up After The Interview

Mock Interview Job Descriptions

In response to feedback provided by both employers and students requesting specific job descriptions to help prepare for the interview, we are implementing a new process where each student will select a job description for their interest. This will be the position that the student will be interviewing for during the mock interview. The employer will have a copy of the same job description and will tailor interview questions accordingly.

All Majors/Business



Criminal Justice



Psychology/Social Work

Event Planning