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Washington, DC (US)

I applied online and the process took 12 months - interviewed at Peace Corps in August 2010.

Interview Details This is a government agency and the hiring process is lengthy for overseas jobs. Once you get to the interview stage, though, Peace Corps' core values come through at every stage. They are genuinely nice people! Once you successfully complete the interview process, your name goes on a roster of eligible candidates and you wait for an opening to come up that fits your qualifications. It was about 15 months end to end.

Interview Question – A scenario posed by the director of the agency about volunteer support.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – Short. There is very little negotiation.

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