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Friday, August 7, 2015

Effective Job Interviewing Workshop 

The Bureau of Human Resources
Career Development Resource Center

Bill Norris, Senior Career Counselor

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Noon to 1:00 p.m.

HST (Main State), Room 1107


    Preparing for interviews

    Handling different types of interviews

    Developing strategies for how to respond to traditional and behavior-based interview questions

    Practicing to make a memorable impression

This workshop is open to all employees of the Department of State, Fellows, and Eligible Family Members. Contractors are welcome to attend on a space-available basis on their own time. Reservations are not required.

The Career Development Resource Center (CDRC) is located in Columbia Plaza (SA-1) in room L-321. Civil Service employees, fellows and Eligible Family Members of the U.S. Department of State may call 202-663-3042 to schedule an appointment with a Senior Career Counselor to discuss individual career development needs including resume review, Individual Development Plans, long-term career planning and goals, accomplishment statements, and networking. All Department of State employees may visit the CDRC to pick up handouts or borrow career development resources from the library.

Reasonable Accommodations for people with disabilities who wish to attend this event are available upon request.  The request should include a detailed description of the accommodation needed and the requestor’s contact information.  Request for accommodations should be made 7-10 days in advance or as soon as possible.  To request an accommodation, send an email to Reasonable Accommodations@state.gov or call HR/ER –Disability Reasonable Accommodation Division at 202-261-8160.

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