Question by  mom (244)

Can you give me some tips on how to interview for a community development job?


Answer by  ooomblah (117)

Try to come up with some ideas on how you would like to help develop the community. That way if your interviewer asks your opinion, you will already have something to say about it. You will not have to make something up on the spot.


Answer by  wallaby78 (2293)

First, research as much information about the job as possible. Dress professionally even if the job will not require professional dress. Be confident in your abilities and answer the questions honestly.


Answer by  mannersandsuch (1796)

As with all interviews make sure that your attire is professional and you arrive on time. Specifically for a community development make sure that you do research understand the community and the organization and come with thoughtful questions prepared.


Answer by  guyzer450 (188)

Fist off know the facts about the community and how you would develop it to make it more appealable to outsiders, as well as the community residents, you will most likely be asked these questions throughout the interview.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Know a lot about the community you want to develop, its strengths and areas for improvement. Have direct, actionable steps that can be taken to bring improvement.


Answer by  daly (125)

Tell everything about yourself, tell mostly good things about yourself. Make up some things, but make up things that he/she can't find out that you are lying.


Answer by  Madison (13)

Make sure you are well prepared for the interview. Make sure to dress nicely for the interview in order to make a good impression. You should have an abundance of knowledge about the job and have a passion to help that community.


Answer by  enexel21 (51)

Knowing his background is essential. Community development work means direct attach to people. It is a people-based work. He should have a background of dealing people.

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