Interviewed at Lincoln Educational Services
Interview Details – Pretty easy. Just be authentic in the interview. They can't stand people who are just telling them what they want to hear. Think outside the box.
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I applied online and interviewed at Lincoln Educational Services.
Interview Details – My first interview entailed no meaningful questions that asked about my work/life experiences as it would apply to the position. I was lectured about the company but told little about what the job entailed.
I was asked for a second "interview" with other managerial staff. The process was incredibly disorganized. I was placed in a cramped room with several people who asked me no questions - it was clear that they do no typically hire outside employees.
Interview Question – I was not really asked any questions with the exception of "do you mind working overtime?" Answer Question
Negotiation Details – N/A
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Lincoln Educational Services.
Interview Details – A regional director called and asked some questions for about 20 minutes about background, prior job history etc. Two on campus interviews were held with the Director of Admissions and Regional Director of Admissions.
Interview Question – Do you really want this job? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Lincoln Educational Services in March 2011.
Interview Details – They held off for a couple of weeks to let me know the position was no longer being funded. They were extremely apologetic about it.
Interview Question – They asked varied questions according to my experiences. View Answer
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