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I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at US Department of Commerce in April 2010.

Interview Details – Initially got a call from my future boss during about 1 month after I had submitted my application on Feb. 27th 2010. Arranged phone interview for the next day. Phone interview took nearly 45 minutes, asking about my coursework, personal strengths, future career aspirations and why I was interested in working there for the summer. My best advice to a potential internship candidate would be to connect to your interviewer on a personal level and appear intelligent but friendly. This was also the work culture of my office in the ITA.

Interview Question – What will you contribute to the International Trade Administration and why?   Answer Question

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