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I worked at National American University part-time (Less than a year)
It was a wonderful place to work. A great place to work with wonderful people. And a great way to learn about if you want to advance your career
I was only working Part time, and lived in hour away.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at National American University.
This position is the same as a admissions advisor. Went through 3 interviews! First with the Director of Admissions, then regional trainer, then a different director of Admissions. May not be typical, I was shocked by how many interviews I had with the numerous opening for the position. They stress sales in the interviews and also they ask you about how you can handle doing the same repetitive duties all over.They ask you about random things, whats your favorite color, how would you sell a pen, why do you want the position, how do you overcome challenges. They can come off unprofessional by rescheduling interview times.
I had a balanced outlook, the only thing that really made me feel like the position was not for me is the culture of the school, they seem to really push getting students and cared more for that than students' success. Also the repetitive rescheduling of interview dates was VERY unprofessional.
- Whats your favorite color? why do you want this position? what is your strongest asset that you would bring? Tell me a time you've overcome adversity. Are you comfortable with speaking aggressive to students? How would you deal with students not meeting deadlines? Answer Question
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National American University Holdings believes in the power of continuing education. Through subsidiary Dlorah, the for-profit company owns National American University (NAU), which has more than 20 campuses in eight states and offers classes online. Some locations are considered hybrids, offering both in-class and online courses. Targeting working adults and other non-traditional students, NAU offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees, as well as certification in business, criminal justice, and health care disciplines. The university was founded in 1941 as the...