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interview advice

Discussion in 'Personal' started by alphabite, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. alphabite

    alphabite New commenter

    Hi there.
    I have an interview for an educational charity on Wednesday.
    I am quite worried about the interview because it's like nothing I've had an interview before. Any general advice for good interview techniques would be great.
    Also this charity has numerous aims, visions, missions and values which all seem different from each other but obviously all revolve around similar issues. How do I go about remembering these as at the moment I can't remember a single 1 incase they come up at interview!
    I have to do a presentation to get schools involved in the charity. I've only done a couple of presentations before (to adults!) and I know it's not my strength. How do you sell an idea well/present well?

    I am really nervous and despearately want this job as it looks great. Any ideas would be great.
     
  2. alphabite

    alphabite New commenter

    Sorry about the terrible grammar and punctuation.
     
  3. v12

    v12

    Don't be afraid to take some notes or bullet points in with you in a small note-book. They will think that you're very organised and keen not to miss anything of importance.
     
  4. ilovesooty

    ilovesooty Star commenter

    I work for a charity and I think you really need to get your head round this so you have some coherent ideas about what the charity's main ethos is. If it's anything like my place they will be understanding of nerves!

     
  5. alphabite

    alphabite New commenter

    Thanks for the advice.
     
  6. v12

    v12

    Oh. And don't appear too desperate!
    Good luck!!
     

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