Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Agriculture Volunteer Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Peace Corps (San Francisco, CA) in February 2010.
Long application to fill out online. Then there are face to face interviews where answers are copied down meticulously. If you get through that process you have a long list of medical examinations. Then if your site gets rescheduled you may have to have another interview over the phone.
- What life experiences have prepared you for experiences in Africa? Answer Question
There is none... You get paid very little. It's about the experience.
Other Interview Reviews for Peace Corps
Agriculture Volunteer InterviewAccepted Offer
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 12+ months. I interviewed at Peace Corps.
Interview was long and had a lot of hard questions. Prepare by going over what you want to tell the interviewer.
- Give an example of a rule that you disagreed with. What did you do about it? 1 Answer
Nothing is negotiable. Every volunteer in the country gets the same salary. You're given a country and if you decline, you might not get another offer.