Interviewing

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Interviewing

  1. 1. Interviewing 101
  2. 2. When writing an e-mail . . .
  3. 3. When writing an e-mail . . .
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  7. 7. When writing an e-mail . . . e th Make sure youuse the person’s e proper title. ur ives e s g on ak ing ati M d m ea for h in Use proper Sign your name.
  8. 8. When writing interview questions . . .
  9. 9. When writing interview questions . . .• Learn some facts and details before the interview so you don’t sound clueless about the topic.
  10. 10. When writing interview questions . . .• Learn some facts and details before the interview so you don’t sound clueless about the topic.• Think of a list of questions (not too many) that can be answered by more than a “yes,” or “no.”
  11. 11. Evaluate your Source
  12. 12. Evaluate your Source• Is the source someone who knows a lot about the subject?
  13. 13. Evaluate your Source• Is the source someone who knows a lot about the subject?• Is the information current or posted recently?
  14. 14. Evaluate your Source• Is the source someone who knows a lot about the subject?• Is the information current or posted recently?• Is the information complete and dependable?
  15. 15. Evaluate your Source• Is the source someone who knows a lot about the subject?• Is the information current or posted recently?• Is the information complete and dependable?• Is the source unbiased? Does it tell both sides of the story?
  16. 16. Your Assignment• Create an e-mail interview following these interview guidelines.• It can be fake or real. It will be submitted when your notecards are due.

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