On May 16, 2017 I interviewed Jaimie Resendiz about what it means to be American to her. Jaimie is 29 years old, shes been living most of her life here in Orange County. She recently moved to a different county, which is, Riverside County. She has her own house with three children, and two small dogs. Although, Jaimie has kids she isn’t so sure if she wants to get married.
I just want say, Thank You for selecting me for an interview and taking the time to interview with me, today. I enjoyed hearing about the Processing Assistant IV position in the Appraisal unit. If I could contribute to your unit in anyway, just let me know.
Out of the three interview options I decided to do a selection interview. I chose to do a selection interview because it was the interview I was most comfortable doing and the type of interview I have been most exposed to in my life. My selection interview was a role play medical school admissions interview. I chose to do this type of interview because it was the most pertinent to my life because I will be doing these types of interviews next year (however, then I will be the interviewee). It was also fun for me to be the interviewer for this type of interview. I decided to do this interview with my friend Payge. I chose Payge because she also is a premedical student and I knew she could benefit from this interview as well. By practicing a
Being able to pick the right family was more difficult to do than I had originally thought it would be. I reflected on the readings from Leigh and one important thing that is said reminded me that during the interview, I needed to make sure that I was going
Today Julie Frana, a staffing specialist/human resources recruiter from Manpower came in to talk to our health careers class about interviews. I learned a lot of different things from this presentation.
Phone interviews were conducted with five school-based employees working in New York State. To be included in the study participants had to meet the following criteria: (a) employed by a school that offers services to children who are learning English as a second language, (b) worked in a school setting for a minimum of five years, (c) provided education services or made educational placement decisions for students who were identified as ELLs for a minimum of five years, and (d) were a proficient English speaker. Relevant personnel included three English as a second language (ESL) teachers two and ESL administrators. Following approval by the primary investigator’s institutional review board, participants were identified via searching personnel on
Behavioral Interviewing Tell me about how you worked under pressure. I was working for a T-shirt store in Maryland this summer. At the end of the season when the business started to get slow, the owner of the store told that he wanted to change one of his branch and we had to redo the outlook of whole store. All the leftover and old merchandise and damaged clothes was to be sold in this store. He wanted this change in one night. So, when I got off work after 12, I went to this store and set up everything in this store. I had another workers helping me but still there a lot to do and I had to open my branch at 8 am in the morning. We stayed up till 3 am in the morning and fixed the whole store. We put a big poster that said nothing above $5.99. Next day this store generated a revenue of around $6000 whereas his other three branches earned around $3000 only.
Dear Ms. Karen, Thank you for inviting me for a telephonic functional interview. Following are the dates and time at which I will be available for the interview: 1. July 18th Monday 7:00 AM (Pacific Standard Time) 2. July 19th Tuesday 7:00 AM (PST) 3. July 20th Thursday 7:00 AM (PST) Please let me know
When doing an informational interview you need to plan it out. Make a plan of what you’re going to ask give yourself 15 to 30 minutes to do the interview. Dress nice like you would if you were going to do that job. Make the interview interesting and some things that you’re into. You don’t want to bore yourself with the interview because then you’re going to bore that other person. Identify the information that you want. What questions you have. Like when your older and move out are you going to get a house or an apartment and share with friends or are you going to stay at home with mom and dad? Why? Where do you want to go on vacation if you could go anywhere and why? You could also ask like how was you day at the job? Like was it typical
Howard and Johnson (2004) conducted a qualitative study using semi-structured interviews to investigate ‘resilient’ teachers’ strategies for coping with burnout in their day-to-day teaching in disadvantaged Australian schools. Findings from the interviews found that by adopting a resilience perspective, a small group of teachers who persistently cope well with serious occupational stress were able to be identified. Participants in this study identified a sense of agency, a strong support group (i.e. a proficient and concerned leadership team), pride in achievements and competence in areas of personal importance as their major protective factors in coping with burnout and stress. All these factors were strong features throughout the interview.
The Interview Protocol Document was created in order to obtain the essence of the relationship between resilience and maternal self-efficacy of single African-American mothers. This document consisted of 25 questions and a check off of resiliency factors. The questions were designed as an opportunity for the participants to look at their individual beliefs regarding their capabilities to raise children with successful outcomes, despite raising them as a single parent. Within a day of completing the face-to-face interview, the researcher read the completed interview and listened to the recording of the interview. After a second reading of each interview, the researcher analyzed data from each Interview Protocol document (written and recorded)
I hope this email finds you well. I am very sorry for missing my phone interview last Monday. There was an unforeseen situation that made impossible for me to attend the phone interview. It may not seem, but this interview is very important for me, I always dreamed about interning
Hello Lexie, I enjoyed reading your post. One of the things that you noted was that written forms of communication help ensure effective treatment planning of care. I read an article about the unstructured interview. The article points out the importance of the initial interview and how it is the beginning of the counseling relationship and the cornerstone of the assessment. Another thing that stands out in the article is the different types of clinical interviewing and the accuracy of diagnosing. For example, it discusses the accuracy of diagnosis based on different types of interviews such as unstructured interviews is highly on the counselor’s ability to recognize DSM-IV-TR diagnostic symptoms. Reading the article reminded me of how important
Conducting interviews is fundamental as a case manager. In order to understand more about good interviewing, I decided to watch an interview about an addict mother conducted by Dr. Phil. While watching this interview, I made some notes on attitudes and characteristics that I considered important for good interviewing. The characteristics will be presented in the following paragraphs.
The interview was conducted in multiple settings and at different times. Mr. D and I had to schedule multiple sessions with each other because of our busy schedules. I also had to ask him more questions as the assignment changed over the course of this semester. We had the interview over the phone a few times and once in-person. The interview that was in-person took place at a restaurant in Greenville, SC. I offered to buy him lunch for doing the interview for me.