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Naval Acquisitions Intern Program Interview

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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day - interviewed at Naval Sea Systems Command in January 2010.

Interview Details

This interview was pretty simple, to be honest. I was a referral from someone who is already in the program for which I applied, but he works in a different area. He referred me and I was given a "final round" interview without any previous interviews. The Navy paid for my trip to DC to interview at the headquarters where I had an all-day interview process. This consisted of two people telling me what they did, an in-depth 1 hour interview with a panel of 6 management people (all at once) and then a tour of the Navy Yard.

It took them awhile to get back to me, but I ended up accepting the offer.

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  • What has been the most expensive thing you have every bought in your entire life?   Answer Question
  • You do not have too much "business" experience here on your resume. How do you think you will be able to handle this position?   Answer Question
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