Dress for success - Dress how you would for a face to face interview.

Clear any distractions -Position yourself in a quiet and de-cluttered room with good lighting so that you are visible.

Conduct a trial run -Test to make sure your audio and video are working properly beforehand.

Look at the camera - If you are looking at the screen and not the camera it will appear as though you aren’t looking at the employer.

Control body language - Over zealous gestures can appear distracting to the employer and may also distort the image to seem blurry as quick movements tend to lag during video calls.

Keep a professional profile - Avoid username and profile information that could give your interviewer the wrong impression as this will be the first detail they see before the interview.

 

Did You Know?

Seventy percent of first-year students are from diverse backgrounds