Hearing the Real Question: Interview Tips These are really good tips. And remember for the last one: this is a chance to highlight your Spanish. "On your Twitter feed I saw inquiries in Spanish from Latin Americans. I speak Spanish and studied abroad in Costa Rica. Are there ways in which I could learn about your work in that area and contribute?"
It's best to research the company you are interviewing for before an interview you so are aware of their doings and mission statement. It is important to be mindful of your posture and how you present yourself during an interview because it can say a lot about how you act in a professional environment. It is kind and courteous to follow up an interview with a thank you note. A lot of people these days will tweet anything that happens to them but interviews and business work should be private
A thank you note is one thing, sending a fruit basket is definitely not a good idea. Check out these five mistakes from U.S. News and World Reports,to avoid "post-interview." Sending a Post-Interview Thank You? Don't Make These 5 Mistakes - On Careers (usnews.com)