Interview Training

Help Arizona State University Office of Community He... prepare for their hiring process by training their team on how to interview candidates.
Arizona State University Office of Community Health, Engagement and Resiliency
Tucson, AZ, USA
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Arizona State University Office of Community Health, Engagement and Resiliency
Tucson, AZ, USA


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Posted November 20th

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What We Need
  • A training delivered in person or online to team members within the Organization
  • Written or virtual training materials that can be used for future trainings
  • Advice on frequently asked interview questions
  • Recommendations for next steps to continue to improve interviewing skills
Additional Details

We would like interviewing skills that are focused on informational media interviews, and less focused on interviewing for the purpose of hiring a new member. We use interviewing to create informational webinars and also to gain information from new community partners.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have several members who are excited to learn about this skill, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have many examples of previous interviews we have hosted, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,380 , allowing us to use these funds to support community projects and implementation of research.

This project is important because we work with a lot of different community partners, and it is good to have the skills necessary to learn about another organization in an efficient manner.

Project Plan

Prep: Distribution of Information & Goal Setting
  • Volunteer Manager outlines any current interview training and strategies and shares any existing training materials
  • Professional communicates with the Volunteer Manager for a brainstorming/overview session, to discuss goals, target audiences, and existing activities/materials
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional work together to determine the best training delivery method
Milestone 1: Research & Program Design
  • Professional creates plan and topics for training and shares the information with the Volunteer Manager
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback
Milestone 2: Training Delivered
  • Professional delivers training to Volunteer Manager and/or their team
  • Professional recommends next steps to continue improving interview skills
Milestone 3: Final Deliverable
  • Professional gives copy of training materials to Volunteer Manager
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About The Org

Arizona State University Office of Community Health, Engagement and Resiliency
Posted by
Mattea P.

Community Outreach and Research Specialist

Our Mission

Arizona State University's Office of Community Health, Engagement, and Resiliency (ASU OCHER) is a transdisciplinary, community-engaged research unit in ASU's School of Social Work in Tucson, Arizona. The mission is to co-create interventions with communities that focus on inherent strengths and assets that promote resiliency, especially in underserved communities of color, and to create or strengthen pathways of opportunity for all people to achieve their full potential.

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