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Familiarize yourself with business practices by joining or starting a business club at your school. Being a part of a speech or debate team is a great way to develop excellent speaking skills, which are necessary in this field. Hold mock interviews with family or friends, and get work and volunteer experience in your specialized field (for example, health care or publishing). Professional associations, such as the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants, are also good sources of information. Visit this association's Web site at to learn more. Conduct an information interview with an executive receruiter to learn about their job duties, what training they received to prepare for the field, and what they like and dislike about their jobs. 

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