Hi everyone, I am hoping I can get some advice. Tomorrow I am interviewing with Hospice. It is the one job out of many that I have applied for in the last few weeks that I really want! I have been reading about interviewing skills because it has been awhile since I have had one. I noticed that more often than not employers now use the behavioral interview process. I am a little worried about this as I am unsure how best to prepare for it. I have been self-employed for the last several years as a massage therapist. I noticed a lot of the sample questions were about how you got along with your supervisors, how you handled this type of situation, etc. I am not sure how to answer those types of questions as I don't feel they applied to my situation very well. Also, I am dreading the "tell us about yourself" question. I have read that this is where you really need to "shine" and let the employer know why you are the best fit for the job. It is not a time to list a bunch of qualities like I am adaptable, organized etc. Nor a time to tell them all about your hobbies & home life. My question is as a new grad how do I express to them that I would be a good fit other than saying I have always wanted to work for Hospice? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.