Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Boys Hope Girls Hope.
Saw an ad posting for the position and sent my resume and cover letter to an email listed in the posting. Less than a week later I was contacted for a phone interview by the supervisor for the position I was applying for. The phone interview took place about a week later. I thought the phone interview went well. He asked traditional questions - "name a time when..." At the end I was told I would hear back in the next week or so if I would be moving forward and that I would not hear back if I was not moving forward. However the interviewer told me I could email him with questions if I didn't receive a call. I sent a thank you email later that day. About a week later I hadn't heard anything back, but just to confirm that I was not moving forward, I sent a follow-up email. A week later I sent another. He never responded to any of my emails.
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Boys Hope Girls Hope (Cincinnati, OH).
I followed up with an ad on Craigslist for an administrative position. I was contacted the next business day, but was unable to reach my phone so I was left a message. When trying to call back, it went to voicemail 3 times, where it said the voicemail was full.
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The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Boys Hope Girls Hope (Phoenix, AZ) in January 2008.
had an initial phone screen and was then flown to phoenx about 3 weeks later to meet with the program director and girls who live in the group home. i was offered the position the last day of the home visit.
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