Volunteer Interview Questions

(Posted anonymously by job candidates)

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Peace Corps Interviews

HQ: Washington, DC www.peacecorps.gov

30 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.7 “Average” Interview

Girl Scouts USA Interviews

HQ: New York, NY www.girlscouts.org

4 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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3.0 “Average” Interview

AmeriCorps Interviews

HQ: Washington, DC www.nationalservice.gov

4 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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1.5 “Very Easy” Interview

American Red Cross Interviews

HQ: Washington, DC www.redcross.org

3 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.0 “Easy” Interview

Kaiser Permanente Interviews

HQ: Oakland, CA www.kaiserpermanente.org

3 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.0 “Easy” Interview

Muscular Dystrophy Association Interviews

HQ: Chicago, IL www.mda.org

3 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.0 “Easy” Interview

Habitat for Humanity Interviews

HQ: Americus, GA www.habitat.org

3 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.3 “Easy” Interview

National MS Society Interviews

HQ: New York www.nmss.org

2 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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3.0 “Average” Interview

Meals on Wheels Interviews

HQ: Alexandria, VA www.mowaa.org

2 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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2.0 “Easy” Interview

UW Medicine Interviews

HQ: Seattle www.uwmedicine.org

2 Volunteer Interview Questions and Reviews

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5.0 “Very Difficult” Interview

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