By Jon Franko
By Jon Franko
I'm back at it again with another resource for technical interviewing!
Refdash.com is a new resource that was released this year that helps streamline the interviewing process software engineers. Best of all, IT'S COMPLETELY FREE TO USE(!!!)
What is Refdash: Refdash helps you find great companies to work at. We provide a platform where you interview at one place and use that information to apply to several companies and also skip their phone screens.
Interviews are the most crucial parts of the job search process and often the most stressful. They can cause an endless amount of anxiety as well as an endless number of sleepless nights. It's no wonder that interview tips are the most sought after career advice by jobseekers. However, most advice about interviewing concentrates on what you can do before an interview, and little concentrates on what you can do afterward.
If you're a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year trying to decide on a major OR trying to find an internship and don't know where to look or even begin...this is the event for you! At Internships, Majors, and More, you'll find employers, alumni, graduate school admissions representatives, Association Deans, Career Community leaders, AND free food from Zoe's Kitchen!
Don't miss out on this opportunity to get answers to all of your questions about majors, resumes, and what you could do this summer!
William Chichester, III (College ’05)
Major: Foreign Affairs (Concentration: Middle East North Africa/Arabic Language)
As a native of Fauquier County, Virginia, the University of Virginia was a natural choice for William. “UVA was the top ranked school in the state, and I had quite a few mentors in high school who were UVA alums.” As a first generation college student who grew up on a farm in a predominately white and black neighborhood, UVA provided him with the opportunity to interact with a lot of different types of people.
Ever wonder how to ace your interviews? Here is the toolbox to develop your interview skills!
Prepare to talk about your experience on the resume using STAR techniques