INFORMATION INTERVIEWING

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Here is what other college career centers have to say about Informational Interviewing.  Each one of these sites opens in a new window.  When you are finished viewing these sites, select the X in the upper right hand corner to return to the tutorial.


University of Texas
Quintessential Careers (excellent tutorial)
 

Step 1 Go to a few of these sites and read what they have to say about Informational Interviewing.

Step 2 List five things that convinced you of what a great way this is to learn about careers.

Type your answer:

Step 3 To print or save a copy of your answers:

  • Open a word processing or text editing program.

  • Select all information within the results window.  One way to do this is to put your cursor at the beginning of the text, depress the left mouse button, and drag the highlighting to the end of the text area.  Release the mouse button.  All text should be highlighted.  Note: If you cannot find your answers, look at the bottom of your browser window and select the results button.

  • Copy this information by selecting the Control button on your keyboard, then select the letter C

  • Go to the previously opened word processing or text editing document.  Look for it at the bottom of your browser window and click on the button to maximize that document.

  • Place your cursor in the upper left corner of the page.

  • Paste your questions and answers onto the empty document by selecting the Control button on your keyboard, then select the letter V

  • Your answers are now ready for printing or saving by either selecting the file button on the menu bar then select the print or save as option.

 

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