- Advancement opportunities tailored to the individual. If you were one that wasn't afraid to roll up your sleeves, the opportunities come exponentially.
- Fast paced environment, entrepreneurial mindset that allows one to continuously explore and invent/improve systems and processes.
- Great benefits including min. 7% 403b contribution, summer/winter recess and educational/professional development.
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- Flexible schedule as long as the work was done.
If you're not looking for an accelerated career advancement, widespread career exposure and a place where you can constantly put your skills to the test, this may not be the place for you. I had a mentor that really put me through bootcamp, but as I reflect over the years, I am so thankful of how far and how fast I've grown.
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I applied online. I interviewed at Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Washington, DC).
Easy. A recruiter responded to my application and asked a few questions over the phone - offering me an in person interview before ending the call. The interviewer at the in person was 10 minutes late and clearly uninterested in me after a question or two. Highly unprofessional interview experience.