This document includes step-by-step procedures for conducting a panel-style mock interview led by students. A template for students to write their questions and answers prior to the interview is also included, along a teacher evaluation. A mock interview is a great project to do at the end of a career development unit. Prior to the mock interview project, my students had prepared a resume, cover, employment application and a job description. They also completed a job shadow experience. I allowed class time for students to prepare their questions and practice with a group of four to five students. Each member of the group served one time as the manager and one time as the interviewee, otherwise, they were a panel member. The group rotated around the table until everyone had been interviewed. The manager leads the introductions, explains the format of the interview, asks the first question and leads the closing of the interview. Each panel member asks one question. The teacher observes and evaluates each interview, but doesn't participate in the interview. It takes 15-20 minutes per group to complete the interview cycle. Students learn not only the interview process, but they also learn how to conduct an interview.