Students in EVIT's Interior Design program got some practice doing real, live job interviews on Friday.
Human Resources representatives and industry leaders visited the class and met with each student for 10-15 minutes. They asked the students questions about their experience and then gave feedback on how to improve interviewing skills.
The first-year students prepared resumes and the second-year students compiled portfolios of their work to present to the interviewers.
The interview practice will help students prepare to land an internship or job, instructor Kim Foulger said. Ms. Foulger's goal is to help each student get an internship before they complete the program.