Interview is approaching. It is my second significant interview of my life and I was very nervous during my last one.
Background: going to graduate with MPA in May. undergrad in social science. I have taken a few planning classes and interned with a downtown development division, but certainly not my strong point. But I've had classes and gained internship that is relevant, I'm confident I can do the job.
The position is in downtown development/economic development for a small town. It is a newly created position for the organization.
What are some concepts or themes to expect? Any particular notes I should make sure to hit? What types of questions beyond the typical questions should one expect?
Since Downtown development is such a comprehensive process, seems the technical questions could really vary.
What types of questions should I ask?
Despite my confidence, I'm sure I'll be nervous come gametime, so any basic interview advice would be appreciated as well. Thanks everyone.