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    • Have you ever had an extremely awkward conversation? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have mature talk without stuttering and thinking of questions on the spot? I can show you how!
    • This skill will be helpful in future career choices. It also teaches you social skills that are important for school and adulthood.
    • The first woman TV anchor, Dorothy Fuldheim, started her career in 1947 at age 54!
    • Barbara Walters, a famous TV personality, also started her career during a time when mostly men were TV hosts.
    • Walter Cronkite, a well known male anchor once said,      “ In seeking truth you have to get both sides of a story. ”
    • Pencil
    • Notepad
    • Willing person to let you interview them
    • Prepared topics and questions
    • Clever mind to fill in pauses
    • Step 1: Seat willing person across from you at a table or just in the middle of a room.
    • Step 2: Start off with a question, like “How are you?”- That’s called breaking the ice.
    • Step 3: Ask questions that are related to the topic, do not get distracted.
    • Step 4: Begin a serious topic without laughing, or they may not take you seriously.
    • Step 5: Make sure you make eye contact, do not stare at your notepad. Also speak clear and precise, do not forget to annunciate.
    • Step 6: When concluding your successful interview do not forget to explain to them your appreciation for their time and answers to your questions.
  • Conclusion
    • Congratulations! You have conducted a successful interview! You will be using this skill throughout your entire life…I hope you paid attention!