Interview Assistance

Interview Assistance

An interview provides you the opportunity to share your skills, experience, education and passion to an employer. Successful interviewing requires research, preparation and practice. Career Services can help you learn to present yourself in the best possible light. 

How can career services help prepare for my interview?
  • Advising on preparation prior to and during an interview, as well as following-up afterwards
  • Advising on common interview questions and strategies
  • Mock Interview: An opportunity to practice a full-time job or graduate/professional school admissions interview in a realistic setting and receive immediate feedback 
  • Medical Mock Interviews: Anyone seeking practice to interview for medical education

Click here for instructions on how to make an appointment with a career advisor. 

Can't get in for an appointment before the interview? Use these free online tools to prepare!

                                        BIG INTERVIEW - ALUMNI LOGIN

Big Interview is a free tool to learn from experts and to practice your interview skills including:

LEARN: Short 5-6 minute videos with expert advice on how to craft an interview answer (especially the tricky "Tell me about yourself"), different interview formats and more!

PRACTICE: Respond to a wide range of interview questions from general to industry-specific. Then look back at how you did. 

ANSWER BUILDER: Record the stories to highlight your skills in one place for easy review before future interviews. 

Create a Free Account: Alumni need an organization code to create an account. Please contact our office at 937-229-2045 or for the organization code. 

Quick Reference Interviewing Resources

Below are resources to help you prepare for an interview:

Attire Tips

What you wear to an interview has an enormous impact on the first impression you make on the interviewer and will greatly influence how you are perceived.

When dressing for an interview it is wise to err on the conservative side. By dressing in conservative business attire when interviewing, you are demonstrating respect for the company and for the interview opportunity, as well as your ability to dress appropriately in social business situations. Even if the interviewer is dressed in business casual attire, you will want to wear business professional attire. Consider purchasing a raincoat or all-weather coat. It’s better to have an overcoat than to have your suit drenched.


Career Services

Alumni House
208 L Street
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2711