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    I worked at Tulane University part-time (less than an year)

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    Flexible Hours, able to work around class schedules

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    Senior Program Coordinator Interview

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    the HR department takes a long time and filters out applications before hiring managers ever see them. Each department and job level varies greatly with the rounds of interviews. Try to send resume directly to hiring manager when possible.

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Website www.tulane.edu
Headquarters New Orleans, LA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1834
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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Tulane University is a private, research-based institution with more than 10 schools and colleges granting graduate and undergraduate degrees in areas such as law, medicine, architecture, engineering, and liberal arts and sciences. Tulane's New Orleans campus houses most of its facilities, but the school also has satellite campuses in two other Louisiana towns, as well as single locations in Mississippi and Texas. Founded in 1834, the school's original name was the Medical College of Louisiana. It took on the Tulane moniker in 1884. After Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans... More

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