Valdosta State University has created a new resource for its students to help them become more comfortable with the interviewing process, whether for a job or graduate school.
The university’s Office of Career Services introduced InterviewStream, a technology that allows students to watch pre-recorded interviews or conduct and record a live interview, on Aug. 30. Users are able to select from approximately 4,000 questions during the interview, most of which are industry related.
InterviewStream is accessible to its students from any computer with the use of a webcam and there is no limit to the amount of times a student can conduct an interview or practice with the technology. Users can also send their interviews to be reviewed by anyone, including career counselors and faculty members.
“We want students to practice with InterviewStream instead of with real interviews,” Kevin Taylor, associate director of Career Services, said in the school’s press release.
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