Be original and creative, and stand out from the other applicants.
Prepare a deck of cards with questions the interviewer(s) might not ask, but fulfill two qualifications: when read by the interviewer it will raise enough curiosity in him to ask it, and your answer and story regarding it shows you in a good light. Then give the deck to the interviewer and ask them to shuffle and choose any question for you to answer.
Stories are an excellent tool (you might say it’s a must) to create and maintain your brand. You might need help in finding your story and presenting it in an effective way.
A service that conducts a deep interview with you about you, your life and goals. Then helps you find the right (and true) stories that would advance you, and creates the best ways to present those stories.
Young adults can gain a lot of inspiration and insight from business leaders.
A central website where schools can register for regularly broadcasted live interviews with business leaders like Marc Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, etc., including live Q&A segments. All shows are recorded and accessible for later reply.
It’s interesting to see things through the eyes of great business leaders.
Do deep interviews with business leaders. Keep their anonymity and even obscure particular facts as needed to keep them anonymous. This will make it easier for them to speak more freely. What we are after is their true view of the world, what it means to be in their position, how did they get there, etc. the good, bad and ugly – all anonymously.