I worked at National Telecommunications and Information AdministrationPros
I learned from the pros everything about the industry. Other employees were always able to answer my questions and explain things to me. I made great contacts that will last for years to come.Cons
This was an unpaid internship, but I was fortunate enough to be able to afford to work here.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took 2 days - interviewed at National Telecommunications and Information Administration in January 2011.Interview Details
I was contacted 2 weeks ago by NTI for a Virtual Call Center Customer Service Position. The initial phone interview lasted approximately 30 minutes and also consisted of checking my computer to be sure it met minimum requirements for position. I was then scheduled for a 3 day GoToTraining Class online. The class consisted of a NTI Trainer and my particular class had 12 members. It was a good class (basic) and at the end of the 3rd day, you had to successfully complete a Final Exam with a score of at least 84% to be considered or to apply for any open positions. I was disappointed when I passed the exam and found only 1 (One) PT Seasonal Position opening! I certainly expected to find more than this after spending so much time training (which also included 2 hours of Homework each night). I did get a call-back this morning from NTI to follow-up on my application for the PT Seasonal App. Hopefully, things will work out. Will keep you all posted!!Interview Questions
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NTIA has the ear of the Whitehouse. As the president's main adviser for telecom and information issues, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration helps form and present government policy in this area. It manages the government's use of the radio spectrum, conducts telecom research, works on telecom problems for the government and private sector, and issues grants for infrastructure and public telecom work. NTIA offices include Spectrum Management, Policy Analysis and Development, International Affairs, Telecommunication Sciences, and Telecommunications...