I had two interviews. One with a supply officer (in person) and one (over the phone).
In person interview I wore regular interview clothes a business suit I think Black or blue.
I took a copy of my resume. The officer had a copy of my resume and a form they have to complete
from my recruiter. He asked me some general questions about myself, what college did I go to?
Why I wanted to join the Navy? Why I wanted to be an officer.etc. Luckily his wife works in
healthcare so he was very familiar with my job. I told him about leadership experiences, etc.
It was not stressful. Then he told me that in the first 10 minutes he can tell rather someone will
do well in the navy as an officer or not so after that he stops and just relaxes if not he continues.
Well he said he felt I would well and then we started talking about where we were from (his hometown is
1 hr or so from mine), home cooking, holiday travels etc for like another 20 -30 minutes. He gave me some
advice and let me ask him questions after that.
My phone interview was pretty much the same but with more detailed questions about healthcare
and my experiences. My phone interview didn't take long and that officer also gave me time to ask
her questions which was VERY VERY informative.
It wasn't stressful both were some of the best interviews I have ever had because after they did
there thing they sat back and let me ask my 101 questions about military life etc. Both gave me their
information to call if I had questions or needed help with anything.
Well I hope you get a chance to read this before your interview.
Good luck and let us know how everything goes.