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New Orleans Saints LB Martez Wilson to hold 2nd Annual “YOU ARE THE FUTURE” Youth Camp in Chicago on June 21 & 22, 2013
CHICAGO, IL (April 10, 2013) - Former Chicago Simeon HS All American, ILLINI Big Ten Conference Player & current LB for the New Orleans Saints, Martez “Supa” Wilson, today announced the dates for the Second Annual Martez Wilson Youth Camp. The two-day event is June 21 and 22, at Calumet Park in Chicago, IL.
Wilson will be on site to direct camp activities and provide instruction. He will be joined by a selection of other NFL colleagues yet to be announced. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 17. Participants may email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive registration information. All registration forms must be completed and returned by May 31, 2013 as space is limited.
Six Fatal Interview Errors (Career Builder)
While the outrageous can result in lost opportunities, so can other behaviors that are seen more frequently. When asked to identify the top detrimental mistakes in job interviews, hiring managers reported:
Mistake: Appearing disinterested is the No. 1 turnoff, according to 62 percentof employers.
Tip: A lack of enthusiasm can leave the employer feeling less than enthusiastic about you as a candidate. Maintain good energy throughout the interview. Make sure to ask thoughtful questions about the company's competitive positioning and growth prospects, and come in with ideas.
Mistake: Answering a cell phone or texting – 60 percent
Tip: Make sure to turn your phone or tablet off, or better yet, leave them at home. This is a major pet peeve for employers and can often be a deal breaker.
Mistake: Dressing inappropriately – 60 percent
Tip: It's better to err on the conservative. Wear a business suit or business casual (ie, a nice pair of pants/skirt and button down shirt).
Mistake: Talking negatively about a current or previous employer – 58 percent
Tip: This is a good way to be labeled as a troublemaker. Even if you are completely justified in your assessment of a past employer, don't badmouth him/her. Focus on what you learned from that company and how it's relevant to the job at hand.
Mistake: Failure to make eye contact (72 percent) or smile (42 percent), bad posture (38 percent) and a weak handshake (28 percent)
Tip: Body language speaks volumes. Chin up, back straight, big smile, firm but not too firm handshake and look straight at the interviewer.
Mistake: Not providing specific examples - 34 percent
Tip: Vague responses can sometimes imply a lack of knowledge or experience. Come equipped with specific examples of how you contributed to the success of other organizations, quantifying results whenever possible.