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I worked at Rhode Island School of Design part-time (Less than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
Working for RISD was a great experience. The staff was very friendly and working there was very fun and a great experience as a student at the time.
Often times there were no jobs or work given to me at the office so I would have nothing to do but refresh the email page over and over for an entire day.
Advice to Management
I would recommend trusting student employees with more small jobs or responsibilities around the office.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Rhode Island School of Design.
HR representative called me for the initial phone interview. After the morning phone interview, I was contacted in the afternoon to make arrangements to come to campus the next week. I rearranged my schedule to be available for three days to fly out there, interview for a full day, and fly home. I had eight short sessions during my interviews. That was fine. They filled up any downtime by showing me around campus, which usually would be fine but it was a very hot and humid day and of course I was in full suit, so I was very uncomfortable. They told me their timeline was two - three weeks to make a decision. I didn't receive a response to my follow-ups and haven't heard from them since. Maybe they decided I was a bad fit, but I do expect to be communicated with even if I'm being turned down for a position.
- An interviewer asked how I would take over projects from someone who was unwilling to hand them over, and was pretty obvious she was talking about someone I had interviewed with earlier. It was a very odd moment. Answer Question
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The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD, pronounced RIZ-dee) is among the highest-rated fine arts colleges in the US. The private school enrolls about 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers a variety of fine arts and design programs including art history, apparel design, architecture, jewelry, industrial design, film, printmaking, textiles, and painting. The college also offers continuing education through classes, lectures, workshops, gallery talks, and a six-week pre-college program designed for high schoolers. Notable alumni include David Byrne, Tina ...