TFA Reviews

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4.4
4 Reviews

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    great

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at TFA

    Pros

    great interview format and questions

    Cons

    5 minute lesson play isn't really fair given candidates who have no teaching experience

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    NA

TFA Interviews

Updated Oct 8, 2014
Updated Oct 8, 2014

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    Fellow Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Interview Details

    Questions about organization skills. Why you want to teach. Also asked about the achievement gap and why it is priority to close this gap. Interviewer was young and friendly, but make sure to be in a quiet location. Otherwise a very informal and simple interview. Nothing too groundbreaking. Less intense than follow up interviews that my friend went through to simulate a class.

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Website www.nyc.gov/html/tfa/home.html
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 1 to 5 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Finance
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The New York City Transitional Finance Authority (TFA) won't sell you the Brooklyn Bridge, but it will let you invest in repairs. The quasi-independent government agency sells municipal bonds to finance the Big Apple's capital improvement projects -- public buildings, roads, bridges, etc. The authority was created in 1997 to circumvent state constitutional limitations on the amount of debt the city could take on. With the authority to issue up to $11.5 billion in bonds, the agency proved to be even more useful than anticipated, selling $2 billion in bonds for recovery... More

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