Wednesday October 18 at 2:00 pm US Eastern, 11:00 am US Pacific

A new job can be stressful. It means change - going from a workplace and coworkers you know to a new organization, unfamiliar department, and/or different colleagues. But, before you can even start a new job, there’s getting through the interview process and worrying about how to make the best impression.

At best, the interview is a nerve-racking hour of questions. At worst, it seems like an interrogation that may last for hours leaving you exhausted at the end. You can reduce your anxiety by preparing for the interview; specifically, think about the questions you might be asked and formulate your answers ahead of time.

Join Melissa Lockaby to hear some common interview questions and their answers - and get a better idea of what prospective employers are looking for in your responses. You’ll also have a chance to share some of the questions you’ve been asked so you know how to reply the next time you apply for a job.

If you're interested but not able to attend the live webinar, go ahead and register. We'll send a recording to all registrants after the fact.


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About Melissa 

After spending 10+ years in Human Resources and HR Information Systems, Melissa Lockaby got tired of providing employment statistics/reports and went back to school for her MS in Library and Information Science when a friend mentioned that a career in libraries would be a natural fit given her love of books and learning. Working as a Reference Librarian in a public library and currently as a Collection Management Librarian at the University of North Georgia, Melissa feels she has finally found her niche working with students and supporting colleagues. She has been able to combine what she learned in HR with librarianship to support new graduates or librarians looking for new positions or growing in their current roles.

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