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 You just applied for a position at the place you dream of working all your life. Two weeks later you were called for an interview. Well, are you ready? Preparation is the key.  There are documents that you must take with you when you go to an interview. We will learn how to prepare the documents below:

1. Resume (MS WORD TEMPLATE)
2. COVER LETTER (MS WORD TEMPLATE)
3. JOB APPLICATION
-http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/employ...
4. My Goal Sheet - Posted in Edmodo 

When the exercises are completed above you have the choice of one of these extended assignments:
1.Create a 3-side panel brochure to illustrate the Best Interviewing skills on page 1 and the worst interviewing skills on Page 2. 
2.Use a Styrofoam board to illustrate the Do’s and Don’ts of Interviewing.
3.Compose a picture vocabulary of terms use in the interviewing process: Ex: Employer,employee, salary, job, skills, availability, objective, goals, boss, supervisor, strengths, weaknesses, and applicant.
4.Write a letter to Ms. Anderson reminding her of the nonverbal actions demonstrated doing an interview. Chose Block -Style Business letter Format. 



Final Thoughts on Improving Interviewing SkillsJust as a strong resume wins you an opportunity to interview, strong interview skills will win you consideration for the job. You already know that you won't earn an interview unless your resume sets you apart as a candidate of choice. Similarly, you should know that polishing your interview skills can mean the difference between getting the job offer -- and being a runner-up.