Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Prepare for Your Interview Learn about the company or business. Check out the company’s website to learn about their products and services. Find out how long the company has been in business, their size, and what they’re best known for. Having this information will help you ask and answer questions during an interview. Think of ways in which you can“sell yourself.” When an interviewer says,“tell me a little bit about yourself,” be ready. Have a one-minute speech about yourself already prepared. Determine how your talents, skills, and experiences make you a good candidate for a specific job. Be able to communicate this clearly and concisely. If your education or employment record has some- thing that could be seen as negative, figure out how you can present it in a positive light. For example, talk about how much you learned from a situation or experience. Be ready to talk about your education, interests, previous job experiences (paid and unpaid), goals, strengths, and weaknesses. Prepare a few questions for the interviewer. Asking intelligent questions can be very impressive. You could, for example, ask about the training or the advancement opportunities. Asking questions is also a good way for you to find out if a job is right for you.