Questions to Consider before Your Interview at Marquette
As a candidate for a position at Marquette University, it may be helpful to reflect upon these questions in order to Marquette's Catholic, Jesuit mission and identity during your interviews.
- What aspects of the mission statement resonate with your experience and heighten your interest in working at Marquette?
- Are there any parts of Marquette's mission that cause concern for you? Do you have any questions that might help clarify these concerns?
- Can you articulate some specific ways in which Marquette's mission as a Catholic, Jesuit university might enhance and support your work with students and colleagues?
- How have you demonstrated service to others in your previous positions? How would you plan to carry this experience forward at Marquette?
- What is your understanding of Catholic Social Teaching and Catholic Intellectual Tradition? How might you contribute to the promotion and advancement of both at Marquette?
- Marquette University ensures academic freedom, thrives on the diversity of beliefs and cultures, and values religious freedom. What skills do you bring to working in a diverse academic environment?
- Jesuit education stresses the care of the whole person, intellectually, physically and spiritually. How might you encourage students and colleagues to integrate these three dimensions of their lives at Marquette?