Career and Professional Success (CaPS) supports Interview Rooms reservations at Hood House. Due to social distancing protocols, CaPS will evaluate each reservation request to ensure the safety of the community.
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At this time, CaPS cannot support more than one individual per Interview Room at one time. CaPS has a variety of ways to support our students and employers online. Details for students' and employers' online services and recruiting opportunities can be found here on our online resources page.
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Hood House's four interview rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to provide space for phone interviews, remote video conferencing, guest speakers from employers recruiting Wildcats, informational sessions and more.
Rooms are reserved for career-related events only. Space is not guaranteed until confirmed via email and is dependent upon additional on-campus interviewing and recruitment activities. Please request space at least 24 hours in advance of your interview.
One of our smaller interview spaces, Room 214 comfortably sits 3 to 4 individuals at a technology station. Easily accessible by elevator with a view of Main Street.
Features: 3-4 chairs, table, video conference technology with HDMI and USB cables, a whiteboard with dry-erase markers.
This medium-sized room can sit up to 6 individuals at the interviewing table comfortably and has plenty of room for more if they are okay working without a table top. Two great windows look out onto Main Street and provide excellent lighting for any meeting or interview.
Features: 6 chairs, table, video conference technology with HDMI and USB cables, a whiteboard with dry erase markers.
Room 220 sits cozily in the corner of Hood House and can accommodate 4 individuals at the technology station in addition to housing a few more willing to work away from the table. Two windows provide views of Main Street and Hamilton Smith Hall courtyard, while simultaneously providing excellent lighting.
Features: 4 chairs, table, video conference technology with HDMI and USB cables, a whiteboard with dry-erase markers.
Positioned towards the back of Hood House, Room 223 is a larger interview room that can comfortably seat 6 individuals at the table and provide space for more interested in working away from the table. A window provides a view onto the secluded garden behind Hood House.
Features: 6 chairs, table, video conference technology with HDMI and USB cables, a whiteboard with dry-erase markers.
Still not sure which room to request? That's okay! Fill out the request form with a detailed description and we'll reserve the best room to suit your needs.