Preparing for a College Admissions or Scholarship Interview


"An interview is a two-way street. The interviewers are there to learn more about you, but you, too, should see this as a chance to learn more about the school or program for which you are interviewing."

Most high schoolers have never been interviewed for a job.  So when it comes to a high stakes interview to be considered for a scholarship or admitted to a college-of-choice, students can be understandably nervous.  They want to put their best foot forward, but how?  Listen to this 11-minute podcast with Eva Feucht, Director of North Carolina State University’s premier Park Scholarships Program, as she explains how best to prepare for this opportunity.


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Page Cvelich

College/Teen Program Manager

Page Cvelich has brought a wealth of knowledge to the Work/Life Center from prior experience as a high school guidance counselor and parent education coordinator. Page has been responsible for setting up a high school college and career center, designing a career exploration program for teens and serving as a counselor at a backpacking camp in the Rockies. In her role as Teen/College Program Manager, Page enjoys interacting with small groups of parents and teens, as well as consulting one-on-one with parents and referring them to resources so that they are better able to provide the support and encouragement their kids need.

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