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Institute Webinar: Preparing for An Interview & Telling Your Story
July 26 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Join NAFOA and representatives from Bank of America for a mini-workshop on Preparing For An Interview And Telling Your Story. This webinar discussion will consist of interview tips to set yourself apart from other candidates—such as preparing and practicing answering behavioral interview questions, assessing your skills and understanding how they relate to the role you are applying for, and preparing follow-up questions for the interviewer.
Our presenters will share additional guidance around telling your professional story and perfecting your elevator pitch will be provided. Engaging in strategic steps to prepare for an interview allows for a deeper, more substantive conversation between you and the interviewer. This is a webinar you won’t want to miss!
Suggested Level: College Students and Young Professionals
About Our Presenters
Angel Villavelazquez, Gila River Indian Community
VP; Workflow Manager – Global Risk
Angel Villavelazquez is currently a Workflow Manager in Test Execution, responsible for tactical capacity analysis of in-flight workload across Enterprise Independent Testing (EIT) resources. Prior to this role, Villavelazquez supported a bilingual testing team responsible for tasks aligned to internal testing efforts and driving adherence to enterprise-wide standards. Since joining the firm in 2002, Villavelazquez has held various roles in Global Risk Management and Consumer Small Business Banking. Villavelazquez is Pima from the Gila River Indian Community. She is a strong supporter of increasing awareness of economic, social, and cultural issues many Native American communities continue to combat present-day. She serves as a Regional Leader to the Native American Professional Network in Phoenix, Arizona.
Benjamin Roberts, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Wealth Management Client Associate, Merrill
Benjamin Roberts is a Wealth Management Client Associate supporting the Manhattan East, 75 Rockefeller office of Merrill. Ben joins the firm after an extensive outbound sales and customer success career in growth stage, business-to-business infrastructure and marketing technology companies. Ben is Keah, of the Bawating Anishinaabe, member of The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. He is extremely passionate about adult literacy, and bringing greater financial literacy to various tribes in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan. Ben is a Co-chair to the Native American Professional Network in New York, NY.
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