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Making connections and learning different viewpoints is a core aspect of many of Envision's programs.
Scholars can see national landmarks and visit museums such as the Natural History Museum.
Scholars participating in a dissection- giving new meaning to "hands on"!

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    Operations Coordinator Interview

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    I applied online. The process took a weekinterviewed at Envision (Virginia) (Washington, DC) in May 2015.


    I applied using their online portal- it took me almost two hours because I had to enter all of my professional experience and other details instead of simply uploading my resume that already contained the requested information. There were also multiple technical issues on the internal application website, and therefore in my application, that I was unable to correct before submitting.

    After a second interview I received an offer (contract) via email. The contract was vague and the compensation amount quite low considering the number of hours that they were expecting. After a number of back and forths between the Program Coordinator and a human resources employee they clarified some of my questions but were unwilling to amend the language of the contract nor to negotiate salary amount.

    As an example of the ambiguity in the contract- the first section contained language about pre-service trainings, phone calls, etc. that the employee would be responsible for. It sounded like a few hours of work but luckily I asked them to clarify (twice). Turns out that there was about 40 hours of work expected prior to the first day of training. Given that the offer was for a nine week contract, 40 hours significantly changed its terms.

    It was phrasing like this that made an otherwise okay offer impossible to accept.

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Additional Info

Website www.envisionexperience.com
Headquarters Vienna, VA
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 1985
Type Company - Private
Industry Education
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Envision is a leading experiential education organization dedicated to enabling students of all ages to explore their interests and gain learning experiences beyond the classroom.
Envision programs allow students to explore career interests and to plan and achieve their goals. A team of professional educators have designed an extensive portfolio of hands-on programs to help... More

Mission: At Envision, we are dedicated to enabling students to discover their career and life interests, and to providing them with the skills, resources and experiences they... More

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