Post # 1
I had a great interview the other day and the panel members seemed very happy with me- it was actually a fun conversation rather than a stiff HR type interview. I love the company and position and it would be a great opportunity for me- if anyone has any spare good thoughts, could you send some my way?
Post # 3
Good luck good luck good luck!
Post # 4
Only if you send some my way! I’m waiting to hear about a second interview for a job I am in love with. Fingers crossed for you, and good luck! 🙂
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2013 - ceremony at a gazebo outside, reception at neighboring restaurant on a lake
Write hand written thank you cards to your interviewers. One card for each interviewer. Hand written. On plain thank you cards. Cruicial: make sure you spell their names correctly! Plan for the letters to get there on the last day of interviews so they see your name last. Also, make sure you sign your name in a fashion that they can read it. No doctor signature at the end. =)
If you don’t have time before they choose someone to send a handwritten thank you, then make sure you send a thank you email. Spell everything correctly!
Emailing to ask a question about the company is also a good way to show interest. Make sure the question you ask isn’t something you could’ve learned by reading their website. Remind them at the end of the email that you enjoyed talking with them and are looking forward to hearing from them.
Let me know if you need any more advice. I have gotten almost every job I’ve ever interviewed for using all sorts of tips I’ve learned along the way and prepping many many questions prior to interviews.
Post # 6
@jesicka309: Yes, absolutely! I hope you get the 2nd interview!
@Shera2550: I’m in the tech industry, where I think sending handwritten notes is a bit archaic- I mean it’s always nice, but it feels out of place to me in this case. I got my thank yous out about 7 hours after the interview- not too soon (not enough reflection) nor too late. I interviewed on the last day as far as I know, and in the afternoon, AND my supervisor sent a letter of rec this morning (after interviews were finished) so hopefully that reminds them again.
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those are my good thoughts for you!! hahah 🙂
Post # 8
Sending ’em your way! Sounds like you did everything right, and I’m sure your passion will show through. I really wanted my current job – it’s a long story but this company has been important to my family (grandparents, mom, and self). I let my passion and experience come through, as well as willingness to continue to grow and learn. I’m sending all of my good thoughts your way!