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Helen Godfrey


How do you stand out from the competition? How do you prepare for an interview? What questions should you be prepared to answer? What questions should you ask the hiring committee at the end of your interview? What questions should you stay away from during the interview? How can you make sure the company is a good fit for your skillset and interests? What are some important considerations for virtual interviews? Helen Godfrey, MA, NCC, BCC, LPC, owner of and in the field of career services since 2000, answers these questions and more to set you up for success.

About The Presenter

Helen Godfrey graduated with my Master of Arts in Counseling in 2000 from the University of San Diego and has been in the career services field ever since. She started her career at Florida International University in Miami, FL as the Campus Recruiting Coordinator and worked up to the role of Associate Director of the Engineering Career Center. She has been at the University of Houston since 2009. Helen started as the Internship and Pre-Law Counselor, and, after a competitive process, was selected as the Associate Director of University Career Services where she managed the counseling team and counseling interns. In 2014, she applied and was invited to interview at the C.T. Bauer College of Business for a Sr. Career Development Specialist role on the MBA team where she is currently employed. Helen offers customized career counseling services for Bauer MBA/MS students including career path/career assessment (Birkman and CareerLeader), resume critiques, interviewing skills, and salary negotiation.

She is a Board Certified Coach (BBC), National Board Certified Counselor (NCC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Texas and the owner of  where she offers virtual career and life coaching as well as therapy for anxiety, depression, stress and life transitions for private pay clients.

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