Overly Obvious But Still Necessary Tips to Landing an Internship

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

I’ve now been through the internship hiring process four times and have noticed the same trends keep popping up. Despite all the career training and resources offered, some students still seem totally unprepared for the interview or even the application process. And others completely shine. So in the interest of saving everyone a little time and […]

Conducting Great Interviews (SXSW Recap)

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

Check the #greatinterviewsadvice hashtag on Twitter for more on this session. University of Kansas Professor Nancy Baym led an interactive session about conducting great interviews, whether for broadcast, print or recruiting. Some of the points were pretty standard, but overall it was a helpful discussion. Some main points: “What questions should I ask?” is not […]

10 Tips to Conduct Great Interviews, from Texas Monthly Editor-In-Chief Evan Smith

Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

Texas Monthly President and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith was the speaker at today’s Association for Women in Communication luncheon. He shared juicy stories from his experience hosting the Texas Monthly Talks series on KLRU and highlights of his favorite and most disastrous interviews. (Faves: Tom Brokaw, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons. Least fave: Jerry Hall) Here, his […]

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