In a traditional interview, the individual hiring asks the questions and the person seeking a job answers them. A reverse interview flips these roles on their head. The applicant is invited to ask questions of the employer. This can be a unique opportunity to show your interviewers a different side to yourself in a more organic interaction than their predetermined list of questions. Joseph Barber, Associate Director of Career Services at the University of Pennsylvania, offers tips on how to make sure you ace the reverse interview, including how to show examples that bring your qualifications to life. Read his article here.