Pretty Good interview process
Answered - Youth Development Coordinator (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM
Interview process is a one on one interview where they will ask general interviewing question. The question that they really focus on is when they give you a few meaningless items (water bottle, a yard of string, and a ball) what they will do is give you these items and ask you to create a game out of them.
Answered - Youth Development Professional (Former Employee) - Carson, CA
The interview process is now a group interview for the youth development staff and a one on one for the higher up coordinator positions. In the group interviews be ready to think on your toes and plan activities on the spot.
Answered - Health and Life Styles Coordinator (Current Employee) - Saint Cloud, MN
Interview process id very simple just have to have a love for kids, integrity and common sense.
Answered - Program Assistant (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
Face to face interview
Answered - Program Aide (Former Employee) - Casa Grande, AZ
Face to face interview. Verbal questionaire
Answered - SECRETARY (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
They ask you questions and look for people who need help and could benifit from the job they are interviewing you on.
Answered - Boys and Girls Club Volunteer (Former Employee) - Kenosha, WI
Long interview process
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Laid back and positive, just be honest! They accepted both my strengths and my weaknesses.
Answered - Child Development Professional/ Camp Coordinator (Former Employee) - Twin Falls, ID
Exiciting with great positive attitudes.
Answered - Volunteer Work (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA