Second Job Interview
A strong first interview will often result in a second interview. This time, you will most likely meet with more people. You may meet with staff members individually or simultaneously. The interview may also take place in a different location, possibly the company headquarters. It may last for most of the day.
This time, the interviewers will be interested in whether you can perform the job responsibilities and work well with them and the rest of the staff. Focus on your past experiences, such as internships and any paid work you may have done, and give them examples of your competence and compatibility with others. You can also demonstrate that you’ve done research on the company and are aware of who they are and what they do. Employers want to see that you are interested in working for their company.
Be aware of the physical environment and the people working at this company. Would you enjoy working in this environment? Do the people seem helpful? Are they enthusiastic about their work? Do you feel welcome? Don’t forget to follow up with a thank you letter to everyone who interviewed you.