Coca-Cola and ESPN at Marketing Mock Interview Week, Feb. 13-17

Coca-Cola and ESPN at Marketing Mock Interview Week, Feb. 13-17

Interviewing for a job is a skill. The more practice one has, the better and more comfortable he or she will become. Knowing how to greet an interviewer, present an elevator pitch of credentials and navigate an interview are crucial to landing a position.

From Monday, February 13 to Friday, February 17 , the Marketing Club will sponsor Marketing Mock Interview Week featuring 11 local and national companies. By participating in mock interviews, students will have the chance to gain real-world interview experience guided by alumni and employer partners who will help prepare them for the real thing.

Open to all DSB marketing majors , the mock interview experience will proceed much like a real job interview, beginning the moment students are greeted by the interviewer. The interview will last 20 minutes at the Dolan School and students will have the opportunity to debrief with their interviewer for feedback.

Participating companies include: Coca-Cola, ESPN, Estee Lauder, Millward Brown, My Cabaret, Nestle, Rodale, Save the Children, StoryBook Image and Viacom Comedy Central (by phone).

To sign up and view the full schedule visit OrgSync. Contact Sarah Bollinger , director of internships and professional development with any questions.

This event meets one of the Level 3 DSB PDS requirements.

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Last modified: 02-02-17 05:00 PM

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