American Student Assistance
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www.asa.org Boston, MA 500 to 999 Employees

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I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at American Student Assistance in May 2012.

Interview Details – 3 interviews, with HR, intern coordinator, and manager respectively. All held in the same room, one right after the other. First two were mainly screenings, but interview with the manager was obviously where the tests came out. Everybody was personable and friendly, so the environment was definitely very relaxed. Offer given over the phone a few days later (excellent turnaround time).

Interview Question – Asked to critique copy when shown a set of 3 potential blast emails.   Answer Question

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