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I worked at Corinthian Colleges (Less than a year)
It was a pretty easy job. Worked with students in their Wyotech school. The salary was alright, around $35,000 a year. What you would expect for this type of position. Staying in touch with students regarding their education and coursework.
Sometimes students seemed unmotivated. Some of the students had a lot of family or personal issues that hindered them from finishing. High student turnover rate.
Advice to Management
Better student vetting process and family participation to reduce amount of students not graduating. I hear the corporation has closed so this campus may no longer be open.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Corinthian Colleges (Santa Ana, CA).
It was a great experience. They scheduled a group of us at the same time, took us up to a conference room, and then called us in one by one for a one-on-one interview with the call center supervisors. There were two supervisors interviewing one candidate at a time. They asked standard questions from a long packet and jot down notes as you answered. They asked standard questions like "tell me about yourself" and uncommon questions like "what is your definition of professionalism". Also prepare for situational questions like describe a time where you had a conflict with a coworker, how did you handle the situation. Also, prepare your answers in the STAR format. That impresses them if you even know what that is. It's a 45min-1hr interview. If you are interviewed last, prepare to wait for a couple of hours before you get interviewed. Be patient. They got like 3-4 sets of supervisors to interview but gotta wait for your turn cause these supervisors are busy so that's why they schedule in groups. They have group training dates
- What is professionalism to you? 1 Answer
Corinthian Colleges, Inc .is one of the largest for-profit, post-secondary education companies in North America, with more than 91,000 students at over 100 U.S. and Canadian campuses. Our campuses offer short-term diploma and/or degree programs in a variety of popular career fields.
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