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Very friendly and fun atmosphere
Just not enough pay for the work expected
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Aristotle International (Washington, DC) in April 2015.
I met some recruiters and the president at a university career fair, I gave them my resume and they said the technical director would call me for a phone interview by next week. The phone interviewer asked some basic and intermediate object oriented questions, and I thought it went horribly but then he said he would like to bring me in for an onsite interview. I interviewed at the DC location the week after with another software developer who asked about my background, had me do basic programming problems, and then let me ask questions. I also met with someone from HR as well as the technical director for more questions, and I left the office feeling pretty good. Everyone was very nice and I thought I did pretty well. The recruiter said I should hear back in two weeks at most. When I didn't hear anything I followed up with them to which they replied they were still making a decision and would reach out to me soon. But I never heard back.
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