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Program Coordinator Interview Questions

"Employers looking for program coordinators want applicants with the organizational skills to coordinate multiple projects that make up a company program. As a program coordinator you will be responsible for organizing meetings among members of multiple projects, updating program goals, and ensuring that all participating projects are communicating with one another. Expect interviewers to ask about your experience with coordinating tasks for multiple group projects as well your critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills."

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How would you handle multiple projects at once?

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Through organizational methods that I use personally (i.e. making lists) and also using company resources that are created to help with office efficiency and planning.

How would you handle the many competing events and production deadlines of the program's initiatives, and how do you handle adversity and emergency.

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Q. How would you handle a faculty member that might be a little bit difficult?

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Talk about every single job you've ever had

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How would you adhere to the needs of the typical male student at Morgan State University?

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None of the questions were difficult. The job was primarily administrative and I had past experience. I was stumped by the question "What do you think would be most challenging about the job?"

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How do you feel about administrative work?

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None.

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Do you believe this position is a lateral move, upward move, or downward move?

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What did you do as an intern for Aspen?

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