It was laid back and comfortable.
Answered - Admissions Secretary (Former Employee) - Sandy, UT
Challenging, but doable
Answered - Campus Dean & College Professor (Former Employee) - Fredericksburg, VA
They usually do the in-person and sometimes phone interviews. In-person interviews are more professional.
Answered - Faculty/Academic Advisor (Current Employee) - Herndon, VA 20171
Determined to see if you are fitted for organizational culture.
Answered - HR Adjunct Instructor (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
My interview was very professional. They were as interested in my personal goals as they were in my professional experiences, attitudes and personality.
Answered - Learning Resource Center Assistant (Current Employee) - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Three total interviews: phone interview with someone in the corporate office, formal interview with a director and manager, formal interview with the VP.
Answered - Admissions Coordinator (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Managers would conduct a short over the phone interview with several other associates to hear your responses.
Answered - IT HELP DESK TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA
Interviews for higher level positions are conducted by a panel and the questions are usually via scripted scenarios. Entry level positions are usually one on one or sometimes panel and questions could be scripted or organic.
Answered - Market Director (Current Employee) - Southern Regions