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I have been working at CAM full-time
I applied online, got a phone call later that day. I was scheduled for an interview the next day. I went in, the lobby was playing PASSION PIT!!! I love Passion Pit. Everyone who was waiting was talking about their favorite spreadable edible. Which seemed really random at first, but then I realized the lobby lady behind the desk had posed the question to the group. Soon I met with the hiring manager. She was a little intense, I was kind of nervous. I was called back for a second round interview where I spent the day with a corporate trainer. We had a lot of fun. They told me all about the company. There was a lot more to it than I thought. At the end of the day, I sat down with the CEO and reviewed my day. I got an offer!!! I decided to take the job although I had been given other offers for other finance and wealth management companies but this definitely stood out to me the most. The biggest aspect was the chance to make a difference in the world while still being given the chance to move into an ownership role in under a year. Having been here for right under 3 weeks I have already receicved a promotion to Trainer which is the second stage in which you grow into. So far, Ive been a part of several other corporate trainer promotions and one promotion to Senior Corporate Trainer. I love the idea of running my own branch if I work hard enough for the next couple of months. All the people that I work with are motivating and positive people. I wish everyone the chance to work with people they are excited to work with in a team setting rather than have it be a cut throat environement. There are so many people from different walks of life that add value to the company, and overall experience of working here.
The work is hard but the rewards speak for themselves. No one said the American dream was to be handed everything. The American dream is working hard and being rewarded for it.
Advice to Management
The managers at CAM are always willing to help, which makes it very easy to have a sit-down with them and asks whatever questions you have!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 2 days. I interviewed at CAM (Dallas, TX) in February 2015.
The interview process is a bit different than what I'm used to. During their morning meeting they play music very loud in the room next to where the interviews are done. It made it a bit hard to hear the questions I was being asked.
Reasons for Declining
The second interview is a full 8 hours of shadowing a current executive, which is door to door soliciting for donations. That is the job, it's not what I wanted in a career.
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