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Your internship interviews will likely be conducted over the phone. This info sheet will help you navigate the process.
After empowering over 60,000 students with the experience, skills and network they need to land the right career for them, we like to think we know a thing or two about acing interviews.
Your dream internship is perhaps a phone call away. Follow these tips to prepare for and ace the phone interview.
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During your internship, you will be required to conduct email correspondence in a professional manner. This info sheet will help you write better professional emails.
This info sheet provides an overview of common interview questions and tips on how to respond.
Without a doubt, interviewing can make the best of us uneasy. Interns applying to The Washington Center program face a different kind of interview challenge: the phone interview.
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“So what do you do?” If you know anything about Washington, D.C., you know that this is the most frequently asked question — on the Metro, at the coffee shop, and yes, in the elevator.
This info sheet guides you through the process of responding to internship offers.
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