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It's common to be nervous for an interview, but don't worry, that just means you care. We hope that you see this as an opportunity to share your talents and potential with us and use it to interview us and determine if this is the type of place and these are the type of people you would want to work with.

Who You're Likely to Meet

In an interview here at Wolf you will be talking with people from our Human Resources department as well as the department you would be working in. As part of the interview, we try to incorporate as many of the levels in the group you would work in so that we can get a thorough understanding of who you are and give you a better understanding of us.

Learn More about Wolf

Spend some time exploring our website, especially the Who We Are section, and if you know who you’ll be interviewing with, be sure to read their bios in the Our Team section.

Use LinkedIn and Google to gain further information on what our people are writing and thinking about to enhance your conversations. And reach out to your own LinkedIn contacts to see what they think about Wolf.

Don't forget to check out the Insight section of the site to see what we have to say on the industries we work in and the issues that affect our clients.

If you're applying for an internship or just entering the workforce from school, visit the Career Services office at your school, and speak with faculty about Wolf.

Visit our Facebook page and find out what it's like to work here. We routinely post updates on our philanthropic and social activities.

Review your Resume but Use It as a Guide

Your resume is the thing that helps gives structure to our conversation with you but it's just a start. Bring it to life for us. Take the interview as the time to further expand on your experiences and how they relate to the job you're interviewing for.

Whenever possible, highlight relevant accomplishment that further demonstrate your commitment to the profession or the industry in which you would be working.

Remember, It's a Conversation

An interview is meant to be a two-way conversation, so come prepared with questions you would like to ask about Wolf and what it's like to work here.

Ahead of your interview, think about what you might be asked and think about the answers you might give. Make sure your answer is adjusted for who you're speaking with and what you applying for as most interviewers can tell when they hear a response that sounds too rehearsed.

Some Final Tips

  • Get a good night’s sleep the night before. We know, it's sometimes easier said than done!
  • Turn off your mobile device when you arrive
  • First impressions count, so dress professionally
  • Make eye contact and offer a firm handshake
  • Remain professional at all times, even during social situations such as lunch
  • Remember that the person interviewing you sat right where you did once so be confident in what you have to offer and they will see it too