After a very brief presentation by the Career Center of five "key" tips essential to any successful interview, students will begin rotating through several interview stations, at each of which attorney volunteers from both the public and private sector will ask their assigned question, and offer each student immediate feedback on their respective answers. After each student has rotated through the various stations, the attorney volunteers will, as a panel, debrief with the students, sharing any particular observations and/or patterns in the students' collective responses and overall presentation. A facilitated discussion of strategies and suggestions for further improvement will round out the afternoon. For more information, please contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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