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DRESS FOR SUCCESS
Contrary to your beliefs, dressing for success will NOT kill you.
Things you Can Control Your Skills Your Grades Your Resume Your Dress Your Posture Your Hygiene Your Demeanor Your Follow-up
FIRST IMPRESSIONS ARE EVERYTHING
Interviewing- This FORMAL?
Interviewing- This CASUAL?
Regular Work Day
Casual Day (ask @ Jeans…no holes/droop)
PROFESSIONAL v. CREATIVE If you don’t know what to wear… ASK
Seasonal Attire…ties, shirts Spring Summer Winter Fall
YES or NO?
Shoes Tell a Lot About you…
Yes? No? Maybe?
YES HAPPY FEET for a long workday
Hosiery….to wear or not to wear
Yes? No? Maybe? FYI…. ALWAYS have an extra pair in the car or briefcase.
Accessories Professional Regular Work Day Casual Day Artistic Job Coffee Shop?
Yes? No? Maybe?
Yes? No? Maybe?
Umbrellas Cute…YES Appropriate…NO MORAL…don’t shop your little sister’s closet.
Accessories NOT so good…
BAD POSTURE –Insecure –Shy –Lazy –Unhealthy –Tired
GOOD POSTURE –Confident –Outgoing –Energetic –Healthy –Rested
Your HYGIENE Hair Nails Smell Makeup
HAIR….What to Do?
Yes? No? Maybe?
Pull back for Polished Look You TUBE Videos Books Magazines
Yes? No? Maybe?
GOAL YES NO
NAILS – Consider the Handshake
NAILS TOO LongTOO Short
NAILS- To Polish or NOT to Polish
NAILS JUST RIGHT
SMELL and stuff…
The Basics… CARRY extra….
Wear an undershirt… …WITHOUT the inappropriate graphics showing through!
What’s wrong with this picture? (other than the obvious…) SMELL like Smoke? NOT HIRED
Not Too Much…preferably NOT AT ALL…WHY? Some people are allergic You are trying to cover up something (like smoke, no shower, insecurity?) Smell may remind interviewer of an ex?
You never know who is watching…
Friendly…already like him…
Closed off…don’t trust him…
Your FOLLOW UP
THANK YOU Send a Hand Written Note Type a letter to be sent by mail Generally DON’T just do a thank you email.
If you Suit Up, Show Up (on time), Come Prepared and Fit the Description
You’ll Get the Job
And Make Money
And eventually Be the BOSS
February 27, 2015 Entry task: Within 10 seconds an employer creates a judgment about you based on your attire. Name some things you feel would be appropriate.
Interviews Dos & Don’ts By Jennifer Opper Business Education 9-12 th grade.
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“Do’s & Don’ts” for Successful Interviewing You never get a second chance to make a first impression!!
Applying for a Job Resume and Interviewing. Items to include when applying for a job… Resume References Portfolio (if appropriate) Items to bring.
INTERVIEWING Ag Employability Skills. Objectives Determine the importance of first impressions Identify key components of first impressions Demonstrate:
How to Pick up an application Dress the part, dress one step better than people who work in the industry. Don't wear a suit to a construction job, do wear.
INTERVIEWING. Objectives Determine the importance of first impressions Identify key components of first impressions Demonstrate: Proper handshaking methods.
Job Fair Making the Most of a Job Fair. Before the Job Fair Find Out What Businesses Will Be There §Be more successful by gathering information beforehand.
Interviewing With Impact. Know yourself in order to have an impact Be able to articulate YOUR –Skills –Values –Interests –Abilities –Long term plans.
Tanner Ryerson HOW TO ACE THE INTERVIEW. GETTING PREPARED Preparing for the interview can be extremely stressful, you may not know what to say, what to.
Why Is Dress So Crucial For Success? First impressions are extremely important! Irreversible assumptions are made almost immediately based on a persons.
To understand the term ‘first impressions’ and how important these are to an employer. To identify what is appropriate for interview (clothing and behaviour).
JOB SEARCH SUCCESS. OBJECTIVES Where and how do I look? Filling out an application How to write your resume Carry out an interview with professionalism.
Dress for Success!. Why is professional dress important? Appropriate attire supports your image as a person who takes the interview process seriously.
Interview Skills Developed by: Student Career and Employment Centre.
The Interview Process. The 5-Part Interview Process The interview is when you want to tell the employer or admissions representative about your strengths,
DRESS FOR WORK SUCCESS - WOMEN. APK Not knowing what to wear to an event.
First impressions are lasting impressions. The first time a person meets you they will make a judgment on your appearance. It might not be fair, but they.
Planning, Preparing and Successfully Completing your Job Interview Craig Kunce.
How to Have a Successful Interview. FIRST IMPRESSION: Dress in business casual, even if it is more formal than what you would wear to work. Wear something.
Job Interview Tips Dung Nguyen ITNW 1380 Cooperative Education Networking Seminar #2.
Preparation Preparing for an interview is the most important part (and most commonly overlooked) Even if you’re interviewing for several positions.
Tips for Interview Success. Highlights Purpose of the interview How to Prepare Types of interviews The Interview Process Q&A.
What message do you want to send?
APPEARANCE The first impression an employer makes is often based on appearance.
Interviewing 101 Do’s & Don'ts for a successful interview.
1. Know Yourself Tell the truth… but at the same time… make yourself look good What are your career goals? Why are you interested in this position? Tell.
Interview Mistakes Personal Hygiene & Attire Body LanguageEtiquetteThings you sayPreparation
By: Rebecca Cosper and Elizabeth Moczygemba. The Job Interview To prepare for the interview: Do your homework. Get organized. Plan to make a good first.
Before The Interview Research the potential employer Review the job description and be able to match your experience and education with the duties.
Visit to see who will be attending.www.mnpcfair.org Click on Students Click on 2011 Employers Click on List of Organizations Research.
Job Interview & Dress for Success How to interview and dress for success. Learning Objective: Students will learn techniques for a good interview and how.
DRESS FOR SUCCESS What you need to know!. Looking Your Best Doesn’t Mean…. Wearing every piece of jewelry you own Wearing your best smelling cologne.
Jaichis & Genesis PROPER INTERVIEW ATTIRES. PROPER ATTIRE FOR MEN Whatever color suite you shall wear should be close to the color of the job you going.
DRESS FOR WORK SUCCESS - MEN. APK Not knowing what to wear to an event.
Making the Connection Interviewing Career Services
Keys to a Successful Interview. Types of Interviews Telephone Interview One-on-One Interview Group Interview Lunch Interview.
INTERVIEWING “You’ll never get another chance to make a good first impression.”
Personal Finance Bell Ringer Log on to your computer or move to a computer if you do not have one Agenda Discuss what you learned from creating a career.
Tips for a positive interviewing experience!. 5. Preparing for the interview.
Getting the job ready How to find a job Remember that looking for work is a full-time job Try to spend as much time looking for work as you would.
Abiyan Eaglin. What you have on leaves a lasting impression. Stay professional and neat at all times. You are respected and treated by your appearance.
Presentable Post Office. Why to be presentable Employees are the face of the department They create the moment of truth about the organisation in the.
Making A Good Impression ▫ Interviews ▫ Appearances.
Final Test Job Interview 10% Ten questions – 10% or if you are lazy – remember as many as you can for some points.
Dress for Success. The Facts Your dress will speak for you 90% Accessories and hair style make up 30-50% of the total dress. Research shows that women.
INTERVIEWING Before the Interview During the Interview After the Interview Modified by the Ag Ed Leadership Revision Committee May 2007.
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