How to Get the Most Out of an Informational Interview
Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business Review offers advice for when you’re looking for a job or exploring a new career path, and requesting an informational interview.
Berkeley University of California Career Center
The Career Center at Berkeley University provides resources for informational interviews.
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, shares tips on preparing for an interview.
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, offers a grid that outlines the different types of interviews throughout a job search process and expectations and tips for preparing for each type.
How to Handle Tough Interview Questions
Common Good Careers
Common Good Careers discusses strategies for how to communicate the best possible responses to some difficult interview questions.
The Art of the Phone Interview
Common Good Careers
Common Good Careers walks through the phases of the phone interview and presents tips on how to advance to the next stages of the interview process.
Susan Adams provides questions to ask in informational interviews and gives good advice on what to research beforehand.
The Muse discusses how to make the most of an informational interview—while still keeping things casual and comfortable
The Muse discusses how to use informational interviews as a tool in your job search arsenal .
The Muse provides advice on getting the most of an informational interview to learn more about a prospective employer.
10 Best Job Interview Tips for Job-Seekers
Quintessential Careers shares guidance on preparing and practicing for a job interview. The article offers examples of questions a future employer may ask and shares ways to be physically and mentally presentable.
Thank You Letter Worksheet
Quintessential Careers has a template that assists in capturing important information for drafting and organizing an effective post-interview thank you letter.