Professional Development Series: Interview Like a Boss

Whether conducted in-person, virtually or via phone, interviews are a time to tell your story while clearly conveying your skills, interest and overall fit for a specific position and organization. During this interactive workshop, Christina G. Hall, MHA, ACC, Julie Vardaro, MHA, PMP, and Claire Gunnison, MPH ’20, LSSGB provide useful strategies to prepare responses and practice answering some of the most common behavioral interview questions while receiving constructive feedback.

This workshop is open to all students and a part of the Professional Development Series and meets the requirement for the successful completion of PBHL 500 (APE experience).

Get your resume reviewed or prepare for an interview!

As you begin preparing application materials for the next step in your professional or educational career, the Office of Education is available to guide you through each step of the process.

Learn how to translate your skills and experiences into your application materials and highlight your candidacy for your dream company or program.

Contact Michelle Quigley or Tariem Burroughs for a 1:1 appointment for assistance with the following topics:

  • ​Resumes
  • Cover letters
  • Informational interviews
  • Interviews
  • Networking
  • Career planning
  • Job search strategies
  • Applying to graduate school
  • Alumni connections
  • Salary negotiations

Human Trafficking Awareness Month Collection

You may drop off your donation in the Nesbitt Lobby – look for the flyer and collection box as you walk into the lobby to the right. We appreciate all donations to help victims in our community.

Below are some resources regarding human trafficking that may also be of interest.

Human trafficking is the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing or obtaining a person for compelled labor or commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud or coercion. Human trafficking can include, but does not require, movement. You can be a victim of human trafficking in your hometown. Sexual exploitation and forced labor are the most commonly identified forms of human trafficking. More than half of the victims are female. Child trafficking is the recruitment, coercion, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of children under the age of 18 for the purpose of exploitation.

Human Trafficking Resources