An interview allows the employer to assess your qualifications for the job or internship, your fit with the organization, how well you have considered your reasons for applying, how clearly you express your potential contribution, and your “soft skills” such as communication and professionalism. In essence, the interviewer wants to know: Why should we hire you? Interviews are also an opportunity for YOU to evaluate the organization and whether the opportunity you’ve applied for aligns with your professional interests, skills, values, and goals.

How to Use AI for Tech Job Interview Prep

“A growing number of AI tools can help tech candidates prepare for interviews, with different platforms providing help with different aspects of preparation—from looking at your resume and giving you advice, to providing you with solid practices questions, to conducting mock interviews.

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Tech Recruiting: Job and Internship Success Series Recap

Interested in breaking into tech? Considering a field like software engineering, data science, quantitative finance or product management?  If so, then we have some tips to help you position yourself to succeed in the upcoming 24-25 recruiting season.

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Book a Private Room at MCS

Three private rooms are available to reserve Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-5:00pm, in the basement level here at MCS (54 Dunster Street, Cambridge). These rooms can be reserved for multiple purposes—interviews, important tests (LSAT, GRE, etc.), test prep, or professional conversations. Each space …

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