Bring Your Resumé
Bring plenty of copies of your resumé. Some employers will be accepting resumes and applications on-site. Others will still require an online application. PRO TIP: Carry your resumés in a folder. It looks more professional and keeps you organized.
Dress for Success
You only have one chance to make a good impression. Come dressed to impress. You don't need an expensive power suit to make a good impression but proper grooming is essential. Tweeze it, shave it, comb it, primp it, clip it, file it, and be your best self.
Practice Your Pitch
The last thing a hiring manager wants to hear is how good you are at everything and you’ll take any job. You know what you’re good at and you know what you’ll hate doing for 8 hours a day. Practice your pitch and sell your best qualities in under 15 seconds.
In addition to your resumé, bring copies of your TAM, Sherrif’s and Pour cards if you’re applying for jobs in hospitality. Don’t have those? You can start the process ahead of time and not having them right now will not disqualifiy you from getting hired.