Talk about your soft skills. Things like listening, connecting, coaching. If you have any experience with Myers Briggs or holland codes, talk about that. Any experience with unique populatioms like foreign exchange students or veterans will benefit you. Your hard skill is liking going to data entry or software related. If the job announcement list a software find the demo and get to know it.
Former Student Academic Advisor at Brigham Young University
over 2 years ago
Research some about the specific advisement center you are applying for; know information about the corresponding college. Dress and act professionally and amiably. Practice answering questions the interviewers might ask. Have examples in your life of when you have demonstrated qualities they are looking for. Be familiar with the qualifications listed on the job posting and be prepared to demonstrate how you qualify.