Most interviewers will ask standard interview questions such as "What are your strengths/weaknesses?", "Why do you want this job?", "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" so I'd recommend looking up common interview questions ahead of time to review and have a good idea of how you'd answer those questions. Also, many interviewers will ask you to tell them about various situations you encountered, such as "Tell me about a time where you encountered a difficult situation and how you handled it." In addition, some questions may be based off of information from your resume, so be prepared to discuss past work experience, education, volunteering, etc. When preparing to answer these potential questions, make sure to give information that really demonstrates and reflects on your skills and strengths so that you are not selling yourself short. Also, it would be a good idea to check out Hometown Pharmacy's website to learn about the corporation and their culture. It's also important to be prepared to discuss goals and how those align with working as a pharmacy intern at Hometown Pharmacy. Lastly, don't forget to think of questions you'd like to ask, such as expectations for work hours/days and your involvement in various activities in the pharmacy (immunizations, calling Dr. offices on prescription clarifications, or other specialized tasks).