I have been working at AHS full-time (Less than a year)
This program rotates through almost every department in the company, which is valuable experience and helps you get a feel for how the company as a whole really works and which department you would fit best in. There is a lot of exposure to management and executives from day one. You're paired with an executive as a mentor, sit in meetings, have lunches, and give presentations to company leadership throughout the program. We got a relocation stipend to move to Memphis.
The call center rotation is stressful, there's a lot of room for improvement, but management did seem to be working towards making things better and seemed to appreciate our suggestions.
I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at AHS (Memphis, TN) in April 2015.
The first interview was over the phone, then there was a test online, and then I was invited to the final interviews in Memphis. There were 40 or 50 other people all interviewing at the same time, but they made it feel very relaxed and not as stressful as I expected. There were two panel interviews and a group project, but it was all very laid back. A lot of it was downtime where we mingled together and with the current employees who dropped in to talk with us while we waited for interviews. I received an offer the next week.
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