For my area, there are two parts to a WIC interview for a Breast Feeding Peer Counselor. At the first interview, the two lactation consultants interviewed me. The first question was "Please tell us about yourself, and then tell us about your breastfeeding experience." The best answer is to be honest with this question and give them a sense of who you are, your personality, and your experience. They asked me some follow up questions about particular supports and opportunities for my while breastfeeding. They also ask you about your experience with the WIC program. They want to know why you want the job, where you see yourself in the program, how long you are looking to be around. Are you willing to commute? Are you willing to be in charge of yourself and make your own schedule as well as put in extra hours if needed by clients? Those are the questions I got asked. Some follow up questions to particular answers I gave, however it will vary upon your answers so not worth mentioning. They were friendly, and professional. I dressed business casual (somewhat hard due to the fact that I was 7 months pregnant at the time) and I secured a second interview so I must have answered the questions well enough! Good luck to any one applying!