Interviews

An interview is your moment to be confident and tell an employer why you can do the job or internship better than the rest. We’re here to help you be prepared and get the job or internship that’s right for you.

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What You Should Do

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Thank you note

Sending a hand-written thank you note or an email after the interview is a great way to remind the employer who you are. You can also share skills and experiences that you weren't able to discuss during the interview. Ideally, you'd want to send your thank you note within 24 to 48 hours after your interview. 

What's Next

Check out some tips to help you get even more prepared for your interview.

Tips to Help Prepare for an Interview

Tools & Resources

Big Interview

Practice at home! Create a practice interview session on Big Interviewan online video interviewing tool.

*This online tool is free when you register with your UB email address.

Practice Interview Appointment

Practice your interview style with a pro. Schedule a practice interview appointment in Bullseye powered by Handshake with one of our career experts.

Opportunities to Interview On Campus

Interview with an employer right in 259 Capen Hall. Need to know how to find an on campus interview slot? Check out the interview schedule in Bullseye powered by Handshake.

UB Career Connector Network

Practice for your big interview with a UB alum who's an industry insider who can tell you tips on how to land the job during a mock interview consultation.

Register and login with your UB email address.

Learn New Career Skills at Upcoming Skillshops

Get professional advice for writing your resume, interviewing, finding a job and so much more at our popular “skillshops.”

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Want a customized skillshop for your club, group or class, or have an idea for one, book a career workshop.