I have a job interview next week. My first in 13 years - I've been employed, or voluntarily unemployed, or a student. I'm not sure if the intern-interview 2 years ago counts - considering how utterly horrible it went, I've decided that it doesn't count.
I told my prof/adviser of the news. His response: a summary road map of people/information to allow me to make a better impression.
Sure, I think he's a nice man, and a good researcher, but this information is what makes someone a good colleague.
Now, I just need to convince the interviewer that I'd make a good colleague.