Chicano Interview Questions

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1. How would you describe yourself? - A person who does good, positive and always try to do the right thing 2. What influenced you to choose this career? - Being a Chicano, we should be in here not because we’re in trouble but because we’re helping out. Also if you want something done right, you have to go out and do it yourself. Too many corrupted officers honestly. 3. What specific goals did you establish for this career? - Do a great job and hopefully retire in one piece 4. What has been your most rewarding accomplishment? - Arresting someone who needed to be arrested and go to jail, there’s just some people who don’t deserve to be outside and really need to be locked up inside 5. How do you determine or evaluate success? - To be able to go…show more content…
Do you enjoy what you are doing? - 50/50 everyone has those days that aren’t so great, to be honest, it sucks arresting people, but it’s part of the job, but I love the feeling of knowing that I did the right thing. 12. Recall a time when you were assigned what you considered a complex project? - One time I have to go over to someone’s house to let them know their son had got killed in a car accident. It really sucked B.) These two questions are for you to answer after the interview. 13. What did you like about the interview? - Everything, I interviewed one sheriff and when other sheriffs heard about the interview they sat around to hear the questions and gave me their own answers. They all said they love talking to kids about their career. Basically the interview went from one person to about 3 but my main focus was on the sheriff I was first interviewing. I also noticed most of them had similar answers. 14. What did you dislike about the interview? - I felt a little rushed because the sheriff didn’t have a lot of time, but I was still able to get the answers I wanted. Other than that it was pretty much great. The sheriffs made me feel very good... for the first time...
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