Mock Interview - Accounting

by Maxim Abdusselimov, Courtney Omernick and Dan Horton  Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Maxim Abdusselimov is an international student from Kazakhstan. Maxim is pursuing a Master's Degree in Accounting/IT Management and expects to graduate in December 2014. Throughout his college career Maxim has served as Vice President and Social Coordinator of International Student Association and Student Government. Maxim is passionate about accounting and is interested in working in the publi...
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Maxim Abdusselimov

With 33 years of business and management experience behind him, Dan Horton brings immeasurable knowledge to his position as the Dean of the Alverno College School of Business. Prior to coming to Alverno, Horton was the Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at S.C. Johnson. He led several global business transformations, the strategic planning process and talent development init...
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Dan Horton

Courtney Omernick hosted employment-related radio programs at LJN, including mock interviews and topics geared toward diversity. Courtney earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in speech with a public relations emphasis from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. A series of valuable internships led to her position with LJN after graduating from college. A native of W...
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Courtney Omernick
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This episode focuses on preparing accountants for a potential job interview. Dan Horton, Dean of the School of Business at Alverno College, conducts a mock interview with Maxim Abdusselimov, an accounting student at UW-Whitewater. Afterwards, Dan Horton and Courtney Omernick give Maxim some constructive feedback regarding his interview.

Mock Interview brings in job seekers and HR professionals or hiring managers to conduct a mock interview for a specific job within a variety of industries. To conclude, the expert constructively critiques the candidate's performance.

Duration: 27 Minutes

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