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Interview with Confidence

Whether you are headed for your first interview or your fifteenth, a mock interview can be a big help. Mock interviews simulate actual interviewing conditions, providing experience with the interviewing process and developing presentation skills. These sessions usually last 30-45 minutes. The benefits of participating in a mock interview are:

  • Reduce interview anxiety by familiarizing yourself with the situation.
  • Boost your confidence about the things you are doing well.
  • Receive constructive feedback from an interviewing professional.
  • Prepare for behavioral-based interview questions.
  • Formulate questions you should ask the employer.

Our Interview Guide can provide some additional tips to prepare you.

Resume assistance and mock interviews are free of charge and available year-round for current students and alumni. To schedule an appointment please use Navigate or email

Job Search

It’s normal to feel frustrated while on the hunt for a new job and although job searching can be daunting, doing nothing isn’t the answer. Students and graduates may utilize TTC job portal to search for employment opportunities, and obtain information for upcoming employer campus visits, hiring events, and job leads. Create your profile here:


Creating a Resume that Sells

A resume is your first introduction to a potential employer. The quality of your resume is a reflection of who you are and will usually determine whether or not you receive a call for an interview. Take a look at the resume document links below to help you get started.



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