The process took a day - interviewed at Environment America in April 2012.
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Went to Sacramento for a day-long interview where we did various activities such as canvassing, group work and planning, public speaking, and another 1:1 interview. Halfway through the interview I realized this job was not for me but just went along with everything.
The people working there were nice but seemed a bit too intense for my taste. I admire them for feeling strong about environmental issues but most hired fellows are expected to work extremely long hours with very little pay. I felt like the type of people they were looking for were had to be just as intense as they were.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Environment America in June 2010.
Interview Details – I had a phone interview and was told at the end of the conversation I would be contacted for a 2nd round 1:1 Interview. My 1:1 interview took place in Chicago, IL ( the closest city with an Environment America office). The 1:1 interview was mainly behavioral with a focus on environmental problems. I could tell my interviewer was very busy that day and rushed into and out of the interview. Handed me a location preference form to fill out at the end then left me in the office by myself. I heard exactly 2 weeks later I had not received an offer.
Interview Question – What news do you read? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Environment America in October 2012.
Interview Details – It is a 30-min telephone interview with common questions like "how do you know about our orgnization?" "why you choose this position"... During the interview I was never asked things in my resume. Probably because this position or program looked like more a training program. The interviewer seemed not prepared well but only tried to catch the sechedule for the next interview.
Interview Question – The most unexpected thing was the phone call quality. I had to repeat my answer twice even I spoke loudly. Answer Question
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