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    Nice environment, quiet offices, pretty campus, quiet part of NYC, access to undergraduate or graduate classes, easy walk to both buses and subway


    Disappointing and expensive health benefits with high deductibles, absolutely no HR training on computer systems, payroll info, benefits, provided only with paper outdated paper copies of how to navigate HR system

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    Intl Programs Coordinator Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Barnard College.


    E-mail, phone call, then campus interview. The person was great. It was a very conversational interview; a lot of the questions involved talking about the mission of the college, understanding the structure and community of the college, and explaining what my contribution would be to their community.

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    • No difficult or unexpected question. Questions were about experience, qualifications, desire to work at Barnard specifically. It helps if you know about the College and have some ties to women's groups, so they can see you're dedicated to their mission.   Answer Question

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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Barnard College is an all-female, liberal arts college in New York City. The school is affiliated with the Columbia University system, but has its own campus, faculty, administration, trustees, operating budget, and endowment. The school offers degree programs in about 50 fields in the humanities, social sciences, arts, and natural sciences. Founded in 1889, the college enrolls some 2,400 undergraduates from 48 states and 39 countries. Barnard was named after Frederick A.P. Barnard, the 10th president of Columbia College, who argued unsuccessfully for the admission of ... More

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