Category Archives: Informational Interviews

5 Steps to Nailing the Informational Interview Like a Pro

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An informational interview is a meeting with contacts who you think could help you in your job search. Typically, this is done either by providing valuable information or mentorship.

Done well, informational interviews can make you a desirable candidate…   

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How to Make the Most of Every Informational Interview

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The informational interview is the perfect tool to use when you’re stuck in a job search rut or want to explore options before fully committing to a new gig or career path.

Read on to see how you should prepare, what to expect and follow-up steps to ensure a successful informational interview.   

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Successful Informational Interviews Mean a Successful Job Search

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Successful informational interviews are a great way to learn more about a career you are considering or an employer who interests you.

Informational interviews, done well, mean a successful job search… and career!   

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It Would Be So Nice… If Dr. Seuss Gave Career Advice

Imagine if you can,
And if you can’t no one can,
What might happen if Dr. Seuss,
Helped build your career plan…   

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5 Tips for Fun and Effective Informational Interviews


as I approach the end of my senior year in college, I have a personal goal of one informational interview a week. I’ve competed many already, and I can tell you:

Informational interviews are a great tool for making connections, getting advice, and prepping myself for future interviews…   

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Everything You Need to Know About Informational Interviews


Informational interviews are a high-value way to network, obtain information and leave a good impression in a workplace that might interest you.

These one-on-one conversations can bridge the gap between where you are in your career… and where you want to be…   

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