Job interviews can be stressful and nerve wracking, so try to make sure you are as prepared as possible! Companies and interviewers are usually impressed when they can tell that you have done your research and know a lot about the company. Make sure you know your resume well, and even though it can be difficult to talk about yourself, don't be shy and make sure you emphasize your strengths! Interviewers also love when you come prepared with questions. The chances are they will answer some of your questions naturally during the interview process, so come prepared with several. I always like asking about the day-to-day schedule of the position as well as how the interviewer themselves began working in their field or at the company specifically. Also ask some questions about the team and how you would be working with them. This shows a genuine interest in learning more about the company and the team.