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Are you comfortable providing education to students of fellow colleagues?

Education is an important aspect of almost any job. Whether it is training new employees or working with students on their rotations, it is important to remember that you were in their shoes at one time. Talk about the importance of education in your field and how your education had effected your career at one point. If you have specific experience training people in the field, be sure to bring it up to your interviewer.


Answer Example

"In such a continuously changing field, education is extremely important for us to be able to educate others and to be educated myself. In my current role, we have rotating students come through from the local technical college and I love being able to pass my knowledge down to them. On top of me teaching them things, I often receive an education from them as well and I look forward to my time in helping them."

Entry Level

"In realizing how important my education was to me and the importance my preceptor played in helping introduce me to the field, I would greatly look forward to an opportunity like this in the future."


"I am very comfortable educating new employees in my department and presenting to large groups. When we have new techs starting, my supervisor schedules them to shadow with me for a day as part of their orientation and I love these days with new employees. As well, I've presented at department meetings after attending CME events and I have a knack for presenting to large groups of people."

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