[Noisebridge-jobs] Mock interviews
lamont at cluepon.com
Sat Oct 24 00:04:02 UTC 2009
I just threw out the 5pm time cause it was easy for me, but I could do
whenever. Pick a night and we can try it then.
Christie Dudley wrote:
> I'm currently employed but in an extremely bad situation. I would
> love to participate in this, but cannot make it before about 8PM on
> most work days. Would I be able to participate some other time?
> Why I take the road less traveled? Oh, that's easy. I'm claustrophobic.
> On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Lamont Lucas <lamont at cluepon.com
> <mailto:lamont at cluepon.com>> wrote:
> I've overheard and talked with people at noisebridge who are
> looking for
> work but frustrated by being "out interviewed". Their resume and
> are great, but the job goes to some smoother motherfucker.
> Despite being currently unemployed, I've probably interviewed a
> people over the last 15 years and thought I could lead a class
> next week
> to give people feedback on some mock interviews.
> As such, I'm offering to do some mock interviews, conducted by myself
> and my friend John Cook (or anybody else who wants in). You could
> a job off of craigslist or whatever, write a cover letter as if
> you were
> applying for that job and we'd do a private 20-30 minute interview and
> write down our impressions. Afterwards we can talk with you privately
> or in a group to give you pointers on what worked and what didn't,
> with some tips as to how you can steer an interview your way or avoid
> losing your cool.
> Does that appeal to anybody? Would 5pm on tuesday (10/27) work? I
> assume we could even start earlier since most interested people
> would be
> free in the middle of the day.
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