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Students access low-stress job interview practice any time

PULLMAN, Wash. – A new web-based program will help Washington State University students practice job interview skills, develop interview experience and gain interview confidence in a low pressure environment.

With an internet connection, webcam and laptop, tablet or smartphone, students can log into Interviewstream and choose from pre-made question sets or create customized interview questions from a bank of more than 8,000. After recording their completed interviews, students can share them with staff of the WSU Academic Success and Career Center for critiquing.

Instructors may also use Interviewstream to create assignments and provide individual interview feedback to their students.

Informational and training sessions are planned for the coming months. Learn more at


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