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Initial Report

Last Modified: 02/24/2016

1.

What was your original influence for applying to the CA/CDA position?

Answer

1
2

Bar

Response

Your floor CA/CDA

20

69%

Promotional posters

7%

Friends

3%

Parents

7%

Other

14%

Total

29

Other
Sister is a CA
Past year CA's
I've been apart of Student Services since entering University an would like to continue assisting students
To help out
Statistic

Value

Min Value

Max Value

Mean

1.90

Variance

2.31

Standard Deviation

1.52

Total Responses

29

2.

What stood out the most about the recruitment posters?

Text Response
Posters were clean and very organized.
Free room and board
I didn't see any recruitment posters.
The CAs on the posters
Each poster was unique and diverse
The colors and the pictures on the poster stood out to me the most. It made me want to walk over and see what was on the poster.
They had a pretty design.
Nothing
The different pictures of current CA staff
The pictures of the current CA/CDAs
Just this position. I love to be a CA if possible.
Recognizing people who were posted on them.
The customized posters for the selected CA's that showed a little of who they are and how different they all are.
Didn't see them
the picture of former CAs enjoying their job
I did not really see them too often this semester.
They had bright colors and were posted everywhere.
That each one was different.
Eye catching, made position desirable
Pics of current CAs
N/A
The design
I didn't really notice the posters, but instead searched the website for possible student positions.
The colors, black and red, felt very school spirit-y. And the posters put CA's in a center circle, showing their importance.
Statistic
Total Responses

Value
24

3.

What information could have been provided on the posters that would have
better drawn your interest to the CA/CDA position?

Text Response
I never saw the posters so possibly making them more noticeable
The benifits of the position.
how being a CA helps in the "real world" when finding a job
Seeing posters in general.
The times for the informational sessions in bigger font.
Focus more on how it benefits the applicant and the school. Focus more on the ways one could make a difference.
Nothing
Nothing. The poster had enough information about the CA/CDA position.
Nothing, they got my attention and i went to the site.
I don't know
maybe highlight or make the important dates in bigger font.
Possible alternative sources to talk to about interest in the position.
I believe it encourages as many as possible people to apply absolutely increased our confidence.
More emphasis on what CAs can get out of it: Leadership, Management experience, Development, etc
The information for the information sessions should larger because I didn't even notice them till my CA said something to me.
N/a
bolded words for the requirements section
Nothing would have increased my already high interest in becoming a CA.
I felt the posters had a good appeal as it was.
I think more info about the CDA position
I thought it was pretty good!
N/A
Exactly what was provided
N/A
benefits of being a CA
Information wise it was wonderful, but I never noticed the posters. It could be for many reasons: either the color scheme or placement.
Maybe a little more in the title to make is seem like the student could become one, vs titling it after the current ones, I like the picture but at first it was confusing.
Statistic
Total Responses

Value
27

4.

If applicable, please provides comments/feedback on the LLC process?

Text Response
N/A
n/a
None
Not applicable
I think it is good. Just for me, I am not a native English speaker. I always felt afraid of interviewers judging me by my yellow skin, Asian face and not that good speaking ability,
but they just kept encouraging me. I felt better with their support.
N/A
Like that there are extra questions if you are applying to be a CA in an LLC
n/a
N/A
I feel that it is important that a reminder email gets sent out so that no one forgets
I think it would have been a little less confusion if there was like a ranking process on which housing communities you would like to be placed in. Obviously applicants don't get
to choose where they are placed but I think it would be less confusing.
N/A
Very well organized, I love the multi step process
It seems reasonable
N/A
it went well a little intimidating
N/A
I found it difficult to interview with out the persin necessarily trying to hire me, maybe having a second interview group after draw to double check may be interesting.
Statistic
Total Responses

Value
18

5.

Please rank your interview experience.

Answer

0
1

Response

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

3%

7%

17%

21%

31%

10

10

21%

Total

Bar

29

Statistic

Value

Min Value

Max Value

10

Mean

8.31

Variance

1.86

Standard Deviation

1.37

Total Responses

29

6.

Please describe your interview experience? (How did you feel?, Were you
prepared?, etc.)

Text Response
I felt prepared. I also felt like everything was ran smoothly and the individuals in charge of helping were very good at providing information and assistance.
Went in a little nervous but after the process started i was very happy with the process.
I felt somewhat prepared, It did seem as though a lot of the questions overlapped or were too long. I would of liked to know a head of time some of the questions such as, "What
types of programs would you put on to get your residents involved?"
I felt like I was prepared, just nervous. It was really nice having the interviewers smile and made eye contact with you, it was reassuring..
I felt prepared for the interview, but having the back to back interviews took a lot of energy out of me.
I felt prepared and comfortable. The questions required some preparation but nothing a qualified applicant couldn't handle.
I felt fairly prepared for my interview. My interviewers were very attentive which made me feel more comfortable. However, some of their questions were unclear. For example,
they asked me to tell them a little about myself, and then repeated the same question directly after.
I was well prepared. My CA and I practiced leading up to the interview. I felt comfortable and relaxed.
I felt very prepared, my CA gave me a peptalk beforehand.
I was prepared
I felt a little nervous like a expected to but the friendly staff that interviewed me helped make the experience not as intimating as I thought it would be.
I had a delightful and comfortable experience. I didn't feel like I needed to have my guard up, I wasn't being interrogated, I was providing answers to questions.
Nervous. It is the first time I have been interviewed face to face and it came to four people all at once. Also, I love my interview process.
I felt nervous throughout the process. I feel like I was much more prepared this year than I was in the years past. I felt like I went confidently into the interview process.
I felt really comfortable and really prepared for me interview they all were very nice and it helped me do my best that I could do.
I was prepared, but still kind of nervous which is normal. The two different interviews asked some similar questions, but it was very organized.
I really liked that a CA walked us out to and talked for 5 mins to make us feel calm.
I had a very pleasant interview experience. The interview process was well organized and the CA community was very friendly and informative.
I was not nervous to be myself.
It was helpful that I attended the mock interview, as I felt more prepared for the actual interview.
I felt very good. But, i am also nervous as well. And I hope I get the position!
I really liked it! Every interviewer I had was super warm and welcoming.
My interview experience was very good. The staff that interviewed me was very kind and understanding of interview nerves.
I felt prepared in my answers and felt I had a good interview experience. Everyone was welcoming, understanding, and friendly.
I was nervous in the beginning for the first interview and felt confident for the second interview. The back to back interviews were hard on my stress levels.
I felt at ease because the interviewers were very nice and comforting.
i felt ok but sometimes i felt like i was rushing myself..the nerves kicked in but i had good interviewers.
I enjoyed speaking with current CA's and that they were able to provide me with feedback on how to be a better CA. Not everyone is perfect and I enjoyed learning more toward
the end of the interview process.
I felt motivated by my first group to be as open as posible, everyone was nice and there was clearly.lots of work placeed on it, making it run smoothly (:
Statistic
Total Responses

Value
29

7.

Rate the flexibility of interview scheduling.

Answer

0
1

Bar

Response

0%

0%

0%

0%

3%

10%

10%

14%

10%

17%

10

10

10

34%

Total

29

Statistic

Value

Min Value

Max Value

10

Mean

8.07

Variance

3.71

Standard Deviation

1.93

Total Responses

29

8.

If provided a position, how likely are you to stay in the position for more than
one year?

Answer

0
1

Bar

Response

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

3%

3%

0%

17%

7%

10

10

20

69%

Total

29

Statistic

Value

Min Value

Max Value

10

Mean

9.28

Variance

1.71

Standard Deviation

1.31

Total Responses

29