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    Bryn Mawr College is a friendly, welcoming work environment in a beautiful location. The people are generally eager to get to know new faces and the benefits are good.


    It can be a little isolating at times.

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    Summer Wyndham Worker Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Bryn Mawr, PA
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    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Bryn Mawr (Bryn Mawr, PA) in May 2014.


    I had a brief interview with the head of internal events, then a joint interview with her and the head of external catering. It took place in Wyndham, and the fancy decor was intimidating. It's pretty much just to make sure you're going to show up for work, to see how dedicated to the job you are. Their idea is to hire the fewest number of workers for the summer so everyone gets plenty of hours. This makes it hard for people to get shifts covered when there's an event (i.e. Bonnaroo) that everyone goes to. My tips: Dress nice, be polite and smile, seem like you're competent and follow instructions.

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    • Do you have any experience working in food service? On campus?   1 Answer


    I didn't negotiate. They give you extra $ to compensate for living on campus in the summer.

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Headquarters Bryn Mawr, PA
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Founded 1885
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

These Mawrters aren't sacrificing anything, especially when it comes to their education. Bryn Mawr is a college for women, often referred to as Mawrters, who hail from all over the world. Its undergraduate programs, including biology, English, math, political science, and psychology, enroll more than 1,300. Bryn Mawr also offers degrees through its co-educational Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, which enrolls some 425 students. The college pools resources with Haverford to offer arts courses. Founded in ... More

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