Job Interview skills are useful for any college student, but being able to do it in Spanish is even better! The students in Professor Jordan's class practiced doing job interviews last week. In doing so, they used a variety of grammatical forms and vocabulary sets in a realistic context: the subjunctive, greetings, introductions, the imperfect tense, the preterite tense, numbers, interrogative forms, etc. Many of our Spanish majors have gotten jobs simply for being bilingual. Let's hope that these students are among them.