There are many reasons why you could find yourself sitting in an interview chair during your high school years. In most situations, these interviews will take place when an adult is making a very important decision about your future.
- Judge's Interview: Science fairs, debates and other competitions normally involve an interview with a judge or panel of judges.
- Teacher/Professor Interview: If you apply for a special program like independent study, work study, or college credit program in high school, you may find that an interview is part of the application process.
- College Interview: There are many types of college interviews, and it's safe to say that you'll want to spend some time preparing for one of these important events.
- Counselor Interview: You may need to visit your high school counselor to talk about future plans, to determine which diploma type is right for you, or to talk about choosing a major.
- Scholarships: Many companies, organizations, and clubs offer scholarships. Part of the selections process is a personal interview.
- Job Interview: Many students take on part-time jobs to help with high school expenses, to pay for dorm room trimmings, or to earn pocket money. Even part-time jobs require an interview.
Find out how to ace an interview with tips to help you keep your cool before and during the important event.