So as of right know I am at a 2 yr college and after I am done I will transfer to J&W to finish off my bachelor degree. At my college we have to get 180 hrs of field experience before we can graduate. I started in spring of 2016 however I am zipping through everything so fast that I am more than likely to be done by fall of 2017 or maybe even the summer of 2017. So what that means is that I basically should be trying to get on this field experience unless I want to be here longer than I plan to.
I have noticed that I am seeing a lot line cook jobs available in my city but I have been hesitant to go after them because I am bit afraid of rejection. I think this mindset is due to me being intimidated which is due to me wanting to be my best at everything I do despite that not being exactly realistic. With that being said I have decided to bite the bullet and just go to an open interview that is available.
What should I wear to an open interview?
I was thinking that I should go in my chef uniform like I have been told but I am not sure if open interviews are different.
FYI I never been to an open interview so this is new to me.
A good acquaintance of mines told me that it is good that I wear my school uniform to interviews because employers like to see that you are in school. What do you guys think about that?
Also I am going to bring my resume, I think that is obvious. However; do you have any advice for how I could sell myself despite not having that much experience?