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I have been working at MIND Research Institute full-time (More than a year)
We have a wonderful mission and you can see in everybody’s actions the desire to contribute and give back to the community. All my coworkers are VERY smart, genuine and humble. I’m surrounded by brilliant minds and passionate individuals: mathematicians, software engineers, neuroscientists and former teachers. People, problem solving and learning are the core values of the organization. We do live by those values, therefore those that don’t share the same values may also find it difficult to align with the organization. There is not a single day that I go home without learning something new! I love working here!
I’m not sure it is a con. Employees are expected to go above and beyond their role, so if you are creative and entrepreneurial you stand a higher chance for success. If not, you may struggle to follow.
Advice to Management
Keep the high standards, so we continuously attract highly capable, altruistic and innovative talents to our organization.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at MIND Research Institute (Irvine, CA) in February 2015.
I met with one of the curriculum analysts who briefly showed me through the office before talking about the necessary responsibilities for the position. He had me talk through my thought process for a couple of brain teasers that were math related and explained how they used different concepts and methods to break down math for students. He then asked about past experiences based on my resume and what I had done in the past to help students who didn't understand the material being taught. The interview lasted around an hour.
- Without using a calculator or writing it down, how would you solve to find the difference between 2014^2 and 2015^2 1 Answer
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Our mission is to ensure that all students are mathematically equipped to solve the world's most challenging problems. To achieve this goal, we are changing the way math is taught in the United States. We believe every child has the potential to be a powerful learner and to acquire the problem-solving and math proficiency needed to compete in a knowledge-based economy ...
Mission: Ensure that all students are mathematically equipped to solve the world's most challenging problems.