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Instructor/Resident Assistant Interview

Instructor/Resident Assistant
New Haven, CT

I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Exploration Summer Programs in November 2009.

Interview Details – Exploration came to my campus to recruit. Interested students could sign up for an interview. Interview consisted of mostly basic questions. The more unique questions they asked regarded what your plans are for teaching courses, that is, what do you want to teach in the courses you design. When describing this it's good to be detailed, think about this before hand. They also asked questions about experience as being a resident assistant.

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  • What, specifically, do you have an interest in teaching?   View Answer
  • Explain how you dealt with a problem living in a residential setting.   View Answer

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The process took a day - interviewed at Exploration Summer Programs in November 2008.

Interview Details – Very relaxed, fun interview with member of hiring staff. The energy was fantastic and she seemed genuinely interested in everything that I was saying and seemed impressed with my researched knowledge of the program. Overall, a positive experience.

Interview Question – Situational questions   Answer Question

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