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first published in France
distributed in other countries with editions specific to them and in their languages.
The United States edition focuses on women around the world and several worldwide issues History Courteously thank the interviewers for the opportunity to interview with the agency.
Extend a handshake and exhibit enthusiasm about the career opportunity.
Consider following up with a thank you note or e-mail of appreciation to the interviewers to further show your interest. Li Li
Martin Sentenero About ‘We understand that the Marie Claire reader is fascinated by what the world has to offer, and how she presents herself to that world. This is a woman who likes to be challenged and informed at all levels.’
Nina Garzia, Senior Fashion Editor @ MC Jean Prouvost and Marcelle Auclair founded the magazine.
First issue appeared in 1937, and was distributed each Wednesday.
1994: in US 1st Edition 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 Today Tips for a Positive Interviewing Experience!
Read the duties and the knowledge, skills and abilities required of each position CAREFULLY before applying.
Assess the value of what you have to offer to each position and the organization.
Learn about the company. Ask the agency or company to send you material (brochure, job description, newsletter, etc.) At the beginning Creating a Powerful Resume and Cover Letter
Assemble needed materials Interview DO's Dress appropriately
Be on time. Know the exact time and location.
Treat other people you encounter with courtesy and respect.
Offer a firm handshake, make eye contact, and have a friendly expression when you are greeted by the interviewer.
Ask for clarification if you don’t understand a question; and be thorough in your responses while being concise in your wording.
Be professional. Use formal grammar and diction. The Topper The Pull-in The Finger Squeeze The Two-Handed Shake Mastering the Handshake Don’t make excuses.
Don’t make negative comments about previous employers or supervisors (or others).
Don’t treat the interview casually.
Poor body language
Don’t give the impression you are only interested in salary.
Don’t chew gum or smell like smoke.
Don’t take cell phone calls during an interview.
Don’t have questions to ask.
Talk too much. (Your points must be CLEAR, RELEVANT AND ADEQUATE) Interview DON'Ts After the Interview Name: Marie Claire Spring 2013 Features Internship.
When: Spring 2013
Where: New York, USA
Job type: Unpaid internship (credit only)
At least three days a week
assisting a team
pitching story ideas
writting items for the magazine
Contact: By mail xith enclosed CV, Cover letter and CLips Hidden Skills required Computing
Knowledge of the company and of the field Thank you for your attention