Dress to impress...
- Present a neat and organized appearance.
TIP: Bring a portfolio to take notes and leave your well-worn briefcase or backpack at home.
- First impressions count — For men, a business suit. For women,
a business suit (either pants or skirt combination) or a nice dress.
For either, consider wearing a dark suit with a long sleeved, light-colored shirt —
colors that evoke confidence and authority.
TIP: For a job interview, there is no such thing as casual business attire. You want to make an impression — so dress for it! After you are hired, the company will let you know the dress code.
- Keep jewelry and accessories basic and simple.
- Wear clean and polished shoes.