I would take a professional looking folder that has your resume, references sheet, and business card (if you have one). Make sure to bring the proper identification with you, in case you get the job on the spot (I've had that happen, before). Also be sure to bring a smile and professional appearance Cheesy but true!
Everything Katelyn said plus:
Bring a notebook and pen and take notes
Write out a few questions before hand and make sure you ask at least one during the interview!
Also, jot down notes about times you shown leadership, fixed a problem, worked as a team etc. so you don't have to come up with answers on the spot.
A properly dressed and clean cut appearance. An effective resume. A confident attitude tempered with judgement. A relaxed mindset that prompts you to think before you answer. A rabbit's foot. WB
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