October 21, 2016 |

Zip Along the Path to Success!


Written by: Debora Charmelus, Campus Philly Program Manager

The number one rule to interviewing is showing up! Whether it be by bus, train, bike or car, you can’t interview unless you are actually there (tele-interviews are a whole other story). While we’re huge fans of SEPTA and Indego as a way to get around, here are a couple of reasons why Zipcar is our choice for getting to and from interviews.

With Zipcar you can…

  1. Use all the space in the car to ensure that you look your best

With a car at your disposal, you have a fitting room and vanity to make sure you can present your best self. No need to worry about wrinkling your outfit on your commute- just hang up your blazer to make sure it stays pristine.

  1. Listen to some relaxing jams or rock out to calm your nerves

The best way to get rid of butterflies in your stomach is by listening to some of your favorite tunes. Classical music can help you remember what you’re going to say or have a mini dance session in the car to get your energy up!

  1. Get to your interview with time to spare

There’s nothing worse than stressing about whether or not you’ll get to your interview on time! With Zipcar you don’t have to rely on forces beyond your control to be punctual. Just book a car when you need it and bring it back when you’re done.

  1. Stay stress free with parking on campus

As a college student, your days are always jam packed. After doing your best at an interview, trying to find a parking seems like another long task. Zipcar makes it easy to get back into the rhythm of things with designated parking for your car.

Interested in learning more? Visit zipcar.com/campusphilly to find cars on your campus has cars and to get that sweet student discount.


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