STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
An information interview is one of the best ways to learn about a specific career and/or industry. In essence, it is a conversation with an individual who can give you advice about an organization, a field of work, or a particular jot that interests you. Although it might seem awkward to approach someone you don't know, remember that most people are more than happy to discuss what they do and share information to help you be successful. Please use the Career Services "Preparing to Conduct an Information Interview" Guide and the PACE Lib Guide or visit with your US1100 instructor for suggestions on how to get started. Email interviews are not acceptable.
Step 1. Select and research a career that interests you.
Step 2. Think about what you would want to know about this career.
Step 3. Conduct an informational interview or job-shadowing experience. Address the following:
Step 4. Report your findings in ePortfolio. Follow the instructions (in green) in ePortfolio to submit your assignment.*
* For detailed instructions and videos, visit http://eportfolio.its.txstate.edu/studentsupport/documentation/paceassignments/assignment2complete.html