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Mission: ISA's mission is to provide high quality education abroad opportunities to college students from around the world at an affordable price. We recognize that we play an important role in the worldwide effort of international educators to increase awareness of ...
I worked at ISA (International Studies Abroad) part-time (Less than a year)
Great team, very encouraging and supportive staff
I have heard from full-time employees that the benefits aren't great.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ISA (International Studies Abroad) (Austin, TX).
I had a great phone interview with the HR rep and was told that I was a great candidate and that he would like to set up an in person interview. The in person interview went well, I was at the site for over an hour, and had a Skype interview later that afternoon with an executive who was traveling and out of the office. The next day I sent thank you emails to everyone I met with and received no responses. I reached out to the HR rep regarding their hiring timeline/when I should be hearing back about whether I was selected or not and he never responded. As it was over the holidays I gave it some time and reached out again. Again I was just simply ignored. From what I gleaned I was only one of two people being considered for the position at that time, so it seemed bizarre and frankly very unprofessional for the HR rep to not respond to me, regardless of what the news was. At that point I would have at least liked to have received a generic rejection email. The lack of communication was a huge red flag!