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Interview Help Needed ASAP


Sumeya Gibril Springfield, VA


I have an interview for Management and Program Analysis this coming Friday and I need to prep. I would appreciate any help that I can get. Thank you in Advance.

17 June 2022 4 replies Leadership & Management



Richard Byrne Hillsborough, NJ

I've added links to information & videos under these sections of my EE webpage that you might find useful: -see the PM interview video - Project Management - Emergency Management - look up employer on glassdoor - DOD cool - commercial job search - Gov jobs

Alternately, you could click on the Community Icon of the ACP webpage.
Click on the Advisors Tab.
From the "Refine By" pull down menu, select:
Government, Policy & International Affairs.
Then Message your preference of advisors.
You could select Management from the "Refine By" pull down menu

17 June 2022 Helpful answer


Maya Yegorova New York, NY

Hello Sumeya,

Thank you for using ACP AdvisorNet for your question! Congratulations on securing an interview. I am attaching articles below about interviews that I believe may be helpful as you prepare for your interview:

Best of luck!

All the best,

17 June 2022 Helpful answer


Jerry Welsh Middleville, MI

It is important you understand the position, what they require and what the position is measured by (metrics). The more you show them you fit the position as far as skills and then hard facts/numbers about things you have accomplished in the past that match what they are looking for. W/o the position description I of can not give you examples, but dig deep into the position the department, the division, and the company. It all depends upon how big the company is. You need to know what the vision, mission and purpose of the company and if the department has their own to keep up with corporate know and understand those. Understand your accomplishment so you can tell them in a story format, share the facts in a way they can follow and then follow up with questions. Good luck. Ask for feedback if you have time. Tell them you are new at interviewing and would like some assistance. Thank you for your service. God Bless.


Sumeya Gibril Springfield, VA

Thank you for the resources!

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