Interview Resources

Philadelphia Area Great Careers Interview Resources

The free interview resources below will help you prepare for your next job interview.  Preparation takes time and practice.

There are many resources on this page that include articles, video tips, and video practice platforms.

Don’t miss out on the Friday workshops from 9-11 AM EST with Les Segarnick, The Interview Surgeon. You will find the registration link on the events page on the website.

It’s also a good idea to join the meetup and you will find that link and all our social media on the Contact Us page.

Interview Preparation Resources

Read this article for numerous interview resources on and off LinkedIn. These resources also include video practice. 

Interview Preparation Resources
Behavioral Interview Questions

Behavioral Interview Questions

Behavioral interview questions are impossible to memorize so you have to prepare for your interview with STAR stories. Read this article to learn more.

Top 10 Interview Questions & Tips

Interview preparation takes times. If you want to be good at anything, it takes practice. You must craft your STAR stories and practice your response to interviewing questions. Read this article for ten interview questions and how you might respond.

Les Segarnick – The Interview Surgeon

Every Friday from 9AM – 11AM EST, Les runs an interview preparation workshop on Zoom and will answer your questions live. If you are unable to make it live, watch his three-part video series.

Part 1 of 3 | Part 2 of 3 | Part 3 of 3

Les’ Collection of Articles

Les has a special collection of articles he likes to share, so make sure you read these gems.

Interview Prep

A Toast to Toastmasters

To get a good job or get promoted, you need good public speaking skills. As a former recruiter of a national professional search firm, I’ve helped thousands of qualified people land rewarding jobs. I’ve also helped many remarkable professionals overcome the one shortcoming holding them back in their job searches – PUBLIC SPEAKING.

Some job candidates struggled with thinking fast on their feet. Others spoke in monotone voices. Still, others found the challenge of connecting with an audience overwhelming, and the list goes on.

I introduced these otherwise promising job seekers or seekers of job advancements to join Toastmasters. This international professional club helps its members build skills in public speaking and develop themselves as leaders.

Individuals gained greater self-confidence and ease in speaking in front of an audience. They often got the job or promotion they wanted to.

I invite you to join my Toastmasters Club, Cerner Toastmasters, one of the most active and vibrant clubs in the region. Ask me about how you can join Cerner Toastmasters, and I’ll be delighted to tell you. Did I mention that it is also a lot of fun?

Contact me on LinkedIn for further information or join me on Fridays from 9-11 AM live on Zoom and ask me questions.