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Books on Interviewing
Get That Job! by Praised as "Excellent" on Forbes.com, this concise interview guide gives readers proven tips and clear instructions to prepare for breakthrough interviews. Job seekers will learn to: Identify and communicate their unique strengths, their "key selling points." Understand why employers ask many of the most common interview questions - and how to answer with confidence. Succeed with video interviews, behavioral interviews and panels. Build an arsenal of success stories. Ace every step - from the first screening to accepting the offer. "A practical guide to authentic, well prepared interviewing, Get That Job! offers an abundant tool kit of resources - including great answers to challenging questions every job seeker is sure to encounter. Kudos!" - Marie Zimenoff, Director of Career Thought Leaders and the Resume Writing Academy
Call Number: HF5382.7 .K455 2017
Publication Date: 2017-01-01
Answers to the Top 20 Interview Questions by A Career Coach's Expert Guide on How to Answer the Top 20 Interview Questions Your resume got you in the door or someone referred you to the perfect job. That is great! But, all of a sudden that sinking feeling begins to set in because the interview date is fast approaching. You wonder what questions are going to be asked, how to best represent yourself, how to prepare, how to reduce your anxiety, how to follow-up. How do you get job interview ready? Katie Weiser's Answers to the Top 20 Interview Questions will help you to: Understand the interview process (interview formats, methods, questions, research). Know what you offer (strengths, brand, what you bring to the role). Capture your success stories using the STAR method. Know in advance what the Top 20 questions are so you aren't struggling for answers. Gain insight into why the questions are asked. Read examples of actual client answers that got them the job. Create your own answers on the free downloadable fill-in-the blank COMPANION GUIDE ANSWER TEMPLATES for each of the Top 20 questions. Reduce stress and become more confident in your interview. The time you devote to reading this book and crafting your own answers will provide you with a winning approach to make you a top candidate.
Call Number: HF5549.5.I6 |b W427 2017
Publication Date: 2017-04-20
Interviewing by #1 TOP SELLING Interview Prep Book on Amazon! Discover How to Succeed in Interviewing Like a Pro! NEVER AGAIN Miss Out on Another Job Opportunity! FINALLY Get the Job You Deserve! PLUS + See Xtra Bonus Below! PLUS BONUS! - 37 WAYS TO HAVE UNSTOPPABLE CONFIDENCE IN YOUR INTERVIEW! Here Is A Sneak Peak...(Attn: FREE BONUS INSIDE!) How to Master the Phone Interview... Question and Answer Phone Interview Scripts... Discover How to Master the In Person Interview... Learn How to Interview Your Potential Employer... Develop the Top Interview Manners from HR Pro... List and FAQ for Questions to Expect... List of Questions YOU Should Ask... How to Leave the Interview the Correct Way... BONUS INCLUDED! 37 Ways to Have Absolute Confidence on Your Interview! And Much, much more! Do you feel unprepared for your next Interview?Have you failed at getting the job you wanted in the past?Is getting the job important to you and your families future?If you answered YES to any of these questions. This book was written for you.DON'T FORGET YOUR FREE BONUS INSIDE - 37 Ways to Have Absolute Confidence on Your Interview! Want FREE BOOKS? Go here: http://jobinterviewconfidence.com/"Jack Gray is a successful and ambitious entrepreneur with a MBA in Business. After hitting rock bottom financially he had to create a new way back to REAL WEATH and he did within a few months. He now spends his time sharing the tools and strategies he created to live his financial dreams." Jack Gray, Author, Entrepreneur, Consultant.
Call Number: HF5549.5.I6G73 2015
Publication Date: 2015-04-27
Job Interview by Land the job you want! The interview is one of the most crucial moments of the job search experience and your chance to show your potential employer that you have what it takes to succeed in the position. In order to do that in today's highly competitive job search environment, though, you'll have to find a way to stand out from the crowd. Using his twenty-five years of experience, New York Times bestselling author Martin Yate has established a set of rules for job interviews that is sure to get you noticed. Instead of memorizing canned answers, Yate provides you with an explanation of the thought behind more than 300 questions and answers, so that you'll always know what the interviewer is really asking and how you should respond. Packed with information on handling stress questions and weird interview venues, this book also teaches you how to keep your cool--and confidence--from the moment you step inside the building. With Knock 'em Dead Job Interview, you will finally be able to differentiate yourself from the competition and score the job!
Call Number: F5549.5.I6Y373 2013
Publication Date: 2012-12-18
Nail Your Law Job Interview by Nail Your Law Job Interview provides substantive advice for law students, laterals, government lawyers, and senior attorneys through real-life interview examples and tips from hundreds of prominent legal professionals. Topics include: Unique challenges facing foreign and "involuntary" job applicants. Questions not to ask and answers to avoid. Body language, gap-fillers, and effective interview questions. Dealing with inappropriate questions and arrogant interviewers. Tips for working with a headhunter and negotiating an offer. Book jacket.
Call Number: KF297.P74 2009
Publication Date: 2009-02-15
The Legal Job Interview by As a result of dynamic changes in the current legal job market, most legal professionals today have to spend a substantial amount of time planning their careers while still in law school, refining those plans as their careers unfold, and keeping their eyes open for changes in the legal environment. With so many of their peers vying for the same positions, legal job candidates who understand the special art of interviewing for legal jobs will stand out from the crowd. This unique guide covers all the topics they need to know, including:What’s different about legal job interviewers What work needs to be donebeforescheduling and arriving at the interview The step-by-step process of a typical interview What to do (and not to do) to maximize the chance of getting that job offer Guidance for lunch, cocktail, or dinner interviews (whose purpose is often different form the in-office interview) Strategies for dealing with common legal job interview questions Using your interviewing skillsafteryou’ve landed the job you want
Call Number: KF297 .E56 2008
Publication Date: 2008-10-07
CEI Internships for Law Students
CEI Internships provides full, up to date information on over 2,800 organizations offering internships and summer jobs for students. Users can search by interests such as Social Problems, International Affairs, Women's Rights, Advertising Agencies, America's Top Companies, Media, Sports, Law and Policy and more. Password-Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access.
Internships and Externships
Judicial Externships by The role of the judicial clerk or extern -- Judicial opinions : decisionmaking and opinion drafting -- Judicial selection, qualifications, and training -- Judicial ethics : performing duties impartially -- Judicial roles : judging as civil jury trials, appellate briefs & oral arguments decline -- Judical roles : therapeutic jurisprudence and the rise of specialty dockets & problem-solving courts -- Judicial roles : technology's effects on judicial research and decision-making.
Call Number: KF8771 .C63 2016
Publication Date: 2016-01-01
The Bridge by Your career considerations -- Your options in the legal profession -- Finding internship opportunities -- Applying for internships -- The interview -- Learn practical legal skills -- Create working relationships with attorneys -- Develop as a professional -- Prepare for your internship -- Be enthusiastic -- Demonstrate a strong attention to detail -- Manage your stress -- Upwardly manage your assigning attorneys -- Nail the legal research assignment -- Twenty tips for successful performance -- Winding down professionally.
Call Number: KF282.7.R67 2015
Publication Date: 2015-11-01
In Chambers: a guide for judicial clerks and externs by In Chambers is a refreshingly brief and focused book that addresses the key concepts and basic skills clerks and externs need to have on day one. It explains rudimentary tasks, such as reading a docket sheet and working with a case file, and offers detailed instructions on drafting jury instructions. Sources of authority commonly relied upon by the courts are identified for specific topics, and a helpful note-taking system is provided. Standards of review are covered in detail, including the standard for mixed questions of fact and law. Useful checklists are provided as well for drafting documents. Exercises at the end of chapters evaluate the readerand#8217;s comprehension and application of the materials. The text of In Chambers is informed by the author's own experience as a judicial clerk as well as her involvement with the externship programs at Appalachian School of Law and Mercer University School of Law. Features: Addresses key concepts and basic skills that clerks and externs need to have on day one Explains rudimentary tasks reading a docket sheet working with a case file Offers detailed instructions on drafting jury instructions Identifies sources of authority commonly relied upon by the courts in specific areas Provides a helpful note-taking system Explains standards of review in detail includes standard for mixed questions of fact and law Includes checklists for drafting documents Features chapter-ending exercises evaluate the reader's comprehension apply materials to real situations Informed by author's experience served as a judicial clerk involved in the externship programs at Appalachian School of Law and Mercer University School of Law
Call Number: F8807.S527 2012
Publication Date: 2012-03-12