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Provo, UT
201 to 500 employees
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    I worked at Missionary Training Center full-time

    Pros

    Working at the MTC was a fantastic experience. I loved being able to help the missionaries develop and grow spiritually.

    Cons

    Having to discipline missionaries was not fun. It can be hard to work with the schedule you are given.

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    Keep it up!

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Missionary Training Center Interviews

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Missionary Training Center.

    Interview

    The interview process was very long. First, you have to prepare a 10 minute lesson on a Preach My Gospel principle that you must physically go the MTC to teach to two teachers, or post a video of yourself teaching two people online so they can rate your teaching. If they have positions open and you do well in your rating session, they'll call you in for an interview with a teaching coordinator (usually weeks after the rating session), where they'll ask questions and give you different scenarios to further evaluate your teaching. I was interviewed by one guy and it was really pleasant. They had me roleplay walking into the classroom with missionaries misbehaving and I had to teach them the doctrine of why they should be behaving better. This interview was very focused on the doctrine of Christ and the Spirit. Because my schedule conflicted with the shifts available with this teaching coordinator, he recommended me to interview with a different teaching coordinator about a week later, who had shifts that better fit my availability.

     I interviewed with this different teaching coordinator a week later, and this interview was different and less pleasant. It was just her while the other interview was the teaching coordinator and two teachers. She asked me less questions, and the interview was mostly roleplaying with her. She had me roleplay teaching her about a scripture, talking to a missionary about why they were misbehaving, and teaching an investigator. She was way less focused on the Spirit and more nitpicky about how I taught. I guess you never really know what you're going to get with the interviews. The hard thing about applying at the MTC is that it really could take weeks to get the job because you're only called in for an interview when positions are available. The nice thing is that they keep your application on file for a year, so if you don't get the job the first time you apply you could have a chance later.

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