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informal interview - March 30th 2016, 03:41 PM

So after I had a couple of interviews for UK summer camps I was unsuccessful but I'm fine experience was great.
I have however put in an application form to volunteer as a peer mentor with a local charity to help people who have been abused and I'm happy I have an interview on Monday. But I'm nervous as I'm unsure on what I will be asked in an informal interview especially for peer mentor position. I have however got experience being a peer supporter at school and done my level 2 counselling skills. I've thought of some questions to ask them like. Will I need business insurance on my car if successful? When will training be held if successful? Is there any career development for volunteering? If anyone has any suggestions or other questions I could ask that I great thank you
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Re: informal interview - March 30th 2016, 06:15 PM

Hey there,

Congratulations on getting an interview! They are probably going to want to just get to know a little about you and make sure that you're someone who is suitable for the job. Although it sounds like it's going to be more of a chat than a formal interview just make sure you sell yourself and show them what a mature, capable person you are. It sounds like your questions will help you get to know a little more about the role you're applying for and it will help you get to know what you're signing yourself up for. I think you'll do absolutely fine, just be yourself and bring notes in with you of the questions you'd like to ask, then that way you wont forget them!

I wish you the best of luck,

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Re: informal interview - April 13th 2016, 07:19 AM

You must understand that interview is not just for the interviewers to understand you, but for you to understand the company well too. Make sure you get as much as information about the company you need.
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