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Interview for College of Human Ecology?

sugasugasugasuga Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
edited January 12 in Cornell University
I just got an email from an alumna asking me to meet for an interview but I didn't schedule one, nor did I think they required interviews... I didn't prepare for any interviews because I didn't want to do them, so what am I supposed to do? How do I prepare?? I am freaking out now a little bit because this is totally unexpected.

Replies to: Interview for College of Human Ecology?

  • sugasugasugasuga Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    edited January 12
    I checked their website and it says nothing about human ecology interviews... Also the interview is with someone who works in my city government so I am a little scared
  • theoriginalbrowntheoriginalbrown Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    I also applied to the College of Human Ecology and was contacted for an interview. From what the interviewer has told me in the e-mails we have exchanged, it is merely an informational conversation about Cornell. Nothing too specific about the College itself and I don't believe you need to do any extensive prep-- but a few questions will never hurt!
  • Ranza123Ranza123 Registered User Posts: 1,246 Senior Member
    These are just informational interviews — my friend who's a young alumna does them for Arts & Sciences. It's an opportunity for you to ask questions about Cornell/Human Ecology/the specific program you're interested in, etc. Be polite and professional, but don't stress about it!
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